Patricia Highsmith Papers

Swiss Literary Archives


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email address: arch.lit@nb.admin.ch

A Works
A-01 Prose
A-01-a Novels
A-01-b Unfinished / Unpublished Novels
A-01-c Short Stories, Articles and Essays
A-01-c-1/01-61 "Oldest Short Stories 1945-1955 c"
A-01-c-2/62-110 "Short Stories: Middle"
A-01-c-3/111-180 "Short Stories: 1972-74-78-80-81-82"
A-01-c-4/181-237 "Short Stories 1983-88/Book Reviews"
A-01-c-5/238-299 "Stories - Articles 1989"
A-01-c-6 to 10 Collections of Short Stories
A-01-c-11 to 14 Essays / Incomplete Old Stories, etc.
A-02 Poems
A-03 Theatre Plays [no Ms.]
A-04 TV and Radio Scripts
A-05 Notebooks [Cahiers]
A-06 Drawings
A-06-a Small Format Drawings and Sketchbooks
A-06-b Medium Format Drawings and Sketchbooks
A-06-c Large Format Drawings
B Letters
B-01 Letters from Patricia Highsmith
B-01-01 Family Correspondence
B-01-02 Personal Correspondence
B-01-03 Business Correspondence
B-01-04 Letters to Readers
B-01-05 Fan Letters (To non-writers)
B-01-06 Letters to Politicians and Newspapers
B-01-06-a Divers Subjects
B-01-06-b Israel/Palestinians
B-02 Letters to Patricia Highsmith
B-02-01 Family Correspondence
B-02-02 Personal Correspondence
B-02-03 Business Correspondence
B-02-04 Letters from Readers (sorted)
B-02-05 Letters from Readers (unsorted)
B-03 Letters between Third Persons
B-04 Thematical Correspondence
B-04-a Thematical Bundles
B-04-b Unsorted Letters
B-04-b-01 Copies of Letters
B-04-b-02 Letters in/from Scrapbooks and Diaries
B-04-c Original Correspondence Folders [empty]
B-04-d Documents from Correspondence Files
C Life Papers and Documents
C-01 Diaries
C-02 Personal Papers
C-02-a Birth certificate, Passports, Death report etc.
C-02-b Private Small Format Booklets (Address Booklets, Small Notebooks)
C-02-c Social Security (Health and Medical Documents)
C-02-d Death (Exit, Last Will etc.)
C-02-e American Citizenship
C-02-f Cats
C-02-g Divers Personal Documents (Horoscope, CV)
C-02-h Calendars with Notes
C-03 Genealogical and Family Documents
C-03-a Stewart Family
C-03-b Coates and Coats
C-03-c Coates Donations
C-04 House and Business Documents
C-04-a Business Small Format Booklets (Income and Address)
C-04-b House Documents
C-04-b-01 Visitors' Book, 1977/1991
C-04-b-02 Documents re: Aurigeno House, 1980/1995
C-04-b-03 Documents re: Tegna House, 1977/1995, n.d.
C-04-b-04 Writing Utensils, TV, Media, 1985/1995, n.d.
C-04-c Memberships
C-04-d Editors
C-04-e Taxes
C-05 Photos
C-05-a Photo Albums
C-05-a-02 Red Album (horizontal)
C-05-a-03 Black Album (gold tooling)
C-05-a-04 Red Album (upright)
C-05-a-05 Black Album (photographs)
C-05-a-06 Black Album (memory book)
C-05-b Private Shots
C-05-c Professional Shots (Portraits etc.)
C-05-d Photos Coates Donation
C-06 Awards and Diplomas
C-07 Memorabilia
C-08 Notes by Patricia Highsmith (and others)
C-08-a Divers Notes
C-08-b Notes removed from PH's Books
D Collections
D-01 Personal Library
D-02 Collection of Highsmith Editions
D-03 Scrapbooks
D-04 Press Cuttings and Newspaper/Magazine Copies re: Life and Work of PH
D-04-a Articles and Stories by PH
D-04-b Portraits of PH and Interviews
D-04-c Reviews of Novels
D-04-d Obituaries
D-05 Press cuttings re: diverse topics
D-05-a Alphabethical Documentation
D-05-b Newspaper Cuttings re: Israel – Palestinians
D-05-c Natural and Unnatural Catastrophes Documentation
D-05-d Animal Rights
D-05-e Blacks
D-05-f Divers
D-05-g The Pits
D-06 Video Tapes
D-06-a Film Versions and Videos relating to PH
D-06-b Patricia Highsmith's Video Collection
D-06-c Additional Videos on PH and her Oeuvre
D-07 Audio tapes and records
D-07-a Spoken Letters / Interviews / Reviews / Reportages
D-07-b Recordings of Literature / Music / Guides
D-07-c Highsmith Audio Books
D-07-d Long Play Records (LPs)
D-08 Orignal Ts./MS. Boxes and Folders
D-09 Film Scripts / Screenplays by other Authors, based on PH Novels
D-10 Maps
D-11 Studies on PH's Work (Manuscripts)
D-12 Manuscripts by Others
D-13 Artwork in Possession of PH
D-14 Collection of Postcards
D-15 Odds and Ends
E Supplementations
E-01 Copies of Manuscripts and Documents [Large format boxes]
E-02 Exhibition Documents
E-03 Executors' Files


A-01

Prose

Date: of publication or writing

A-01-a

Novels

Cote Title / Description Dates Collation Further Info / Remarks
A-01-a-1/01 Strangers on a Train   1948 ?
Manuscript book 200 pp.
Manuscript fragments on the first and last pages of a Record book, later used as recipe book, with recipes pasted in (about 35 pp. of Strangers-MS., 1 p. diary 1956, in Italian) + insertions recipes and one letter from Florine and Dan O. Coates).
Inscr.: Patricia Highsmith, Kapitel-Plan mit Umfangberechnung zu einer frühen Fassung von Strangers on a Train (noch unter dem Titel The Indifferent Needle), ca. 1948.
A-01-a-1/02 Strangers on a Train   1950
Ts., not complete, 309 pp.
Final version with some corrections, incl. text for dummy (5 pp.)
A-01-a-02 The Price of Salt   1980/1990
correction notes
Incl. some correspondence.
[A-01-a-03] [The Blunderer]       No manuscript, but cf. A-01-c-01/07-07A (in Short stories)
[A-01-a-04] [The Talented Mr. Ripley]       No manuscript
[A-01-a-05] [Deep Water]       No manuscript
[A-01-a-06] [A Game for the Living]       No manuscript
[A-01-a-07] [This Sweet Sickness]       No manuscript
[A-01-a-08] [The Cry of the Owl]       No manuscript
[A-01-a-09] [The Two Faces of January]       No manuscript
A-01-a-10/01 The Glass Cell   1964
Ts., 321 pp. + t. p.
Not complete. Originally tied with piece of string. In PH's handwriting, on p. 1: "Incomplete second original".
A-01-a-10/02 The Glass Cell. Heinemann version   1964
Ts., 289 pp. + t. p. + dedication p. + notes
Also includes 4 Ts. dummy pp. for 1965 Heinemann edition.
A-01-a-11/01 A Suspension of Mercy(US: The Story-teller). Draft   1964-12-??
Ts., 257 pp. + t. p. + notes
 
A-01-a-11/02 A Suspension of Mercy(US: The Story-teller). Draft   1965
Ts., 247 pp.
Also includes 4 Ts. dummy pp. and 4 Ms. pp. of tracing paper, for the Heinemann edition.
A-01-a-12/01 Those Who Walk Away. Draft   1967
Ts., 260 pp. + t. p. + notes + letters
Oritinal title: The Payers of Respect. Includes additional p. 196 (photocopy) of a former (?) draft (added here on 1997-06-09 by archivist; this is r. of a drawing).
A-01-a-12/02 Those Who Walk Away. Heinemann version   1967
Ts., 249 pp.
Also includes 5 Ts. dummy pp. for 1967 Heinemann edition, and A. M. Heath folder.
A-01-a-13/01 The Tremor of Forgery. Draft with many corrections (+ suppl. documents)   1969
Ts., 265 pp. + t. p. + notes + letters
 
A-01-a-13/02 The Tremor of Forgery. Heinemann version   1969
Ts. (carbon copy), 259 pp. + dedication p.
Also includes 4 Ts. dummy pp. for 1969 Heinemann edition.
A-01-a-13/03 [The Tremor of] Forgery. Orig. Version of Ending   1969
Ts., 10 pp.
 
A-01-a-13/04 [The Tremor of Forgery]. 2nd Ending for Doubleday   1969
Ts., 10 pp.
 
A-01-a-14/01 Ripley Under Ground. Draft   1970
Ts., 313 pp. + t.p. + dedication p. + notes
 
A-01-a-15/01 A Dog's Ransom. Draft   1970/1971
Ts., 309 pp. + t. p. + notes + letters
Typed on t. p.: "Orig. MS". Six of the letters are from Kate Kingsley Skattebøl with info on police work.
A-01-a-16/01 Ripley's Game. Draft (+ suppl. documents)   1974
Ts., 312 pp. + t. p. + notes + letters
The many letters document the changes requested by publishers.
A-01-a-16/02 Ripley's Game. Heinemann version   1974
Ts. (carbon copy), 279 pp.
Also includes 5 Ts. dummy pp. for 1974 Heinemann edition.
A-01-a-17/01 Edith’s Diary. Draft (+ suppl. documents)   1975/1976
Ts., 352 pp. + t. p. + notes + letters + orig. Ts. box
 
A-01-a-18/01 The Boy Who Followed Ripley. Draft (+ suppl. documents)   1979
Ts., 293 pp. + t. p. + notes + letters
 
A-01-a-18/02 The Boy Who Followed Ripley. Final version   1979
Ts. (carbon copy), 289 pp. + t. p. + dedication p. + 3 pp. of musical acknowledgments (1 orig. + 2 carbon copies)
 
A-01-a-18/03 The Boy Who Followed Ripley. Loose correction pages   1979
Ts., 20 pp.
 
A-01-a-19/01 People Who Knock on the Door. Draft (+ suppl. documents)   1982/1983
Ts., 395 pp. (some pages missing) + notes + research info
Suppl. documents: newspaper articles/documentation on revival of religious Right and other.
A-01-a-19/02 People Who Knock on the Door. Final version (+ suppl. documents)   1983
Ts., 355 pp. + t. p. + notes + letters
 
A-01-a-20/01 Found in the Street. Draft   1985
Ts., 334 pp. + t. p. loose pages + notes and research info
 
A-01-a-20/02 Found in the Street, Elsie and her Friends or Open Season. Final version   1985
Ts. (carbon copy), 313 pp. + t. p. + notes + letters
Attachment: 1 p. (for editor / case room) with typewritten notes re: changes on pp. 30, 46, 47, 151, 222, 233. But the passages to be changed do not appear, on this Ts., at the pages indicated.
A-01-a-21/01 Ripley Under Water. Draft (+ suppl. documents)   1990-10-??
Ts., 310 pp. +t. p. + notes + letters + 2 inset pp.
In PH's handwriting on inset pp. (73A + 73B): "1st draft".
A-01-a-21/02 Ripley Under Water. Later version with a few corrections (+ suppl. documents)   1990-10-08-/1991
Ts. (carbon copy, partly photocopy), 320 pp. + notes + letters
 
A-01-a-21/03 Ripley Under Water. 3rd copy (+ suppl. documents)   1991-02-??
Ts. (photocopy), 320 pp. + t. p. + notes + letters
Correspondence to Mary Tomlinson, Jenny Page from Penguin, and from Otto Bayer, German translator.
A-01-a-22/01 Small g: a Summer Idyll. First draft with many corrections   1993-12-20
Ts., 399 pp. + suppl.
Supplements: gay agenda 1992 (enclosing clippings and gay map of Zurich). Correction notes and letters. 1 p. (on rear of letter from Naiad Press 6-15-92) with typewritten notes re: changes on p. 263, 316, 320, 184(?), 36.
A-01-a-22/02 Small g: a Summer Idyll. Second draft with a few handwritten corrections   1995-05-01
Ts. (carbon copy), 344 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-a-22/03 Small g: a Summer Idyll. Diogenes version   1994-05-06
Ts. (photocopy), 523 pp. + t. p. + dedication p.
Diogenes Ts., deposited at SLA by AvP, summer 2001. Is same Ts. as A-01-a-22/04. With typed and handwritten comments by PH.
A-01-a-22/04 Small g: a Summer Idyll   1994-05-06
Ts. (photocopy), 523 pp.
Diogenes Ts., deposited at SLA by AvP, summer 2001. Is same Ts. as A-01-a-22/03. With pencil corrections by Kate Kingsley Skattebøl. Attachment: 1 card from Diogenes Verlag to Ulrich Weber.
A-01-a-22/05 Small g: a Summer Idyll. Editorial Queries   1994-05-06
Ts. 16 pp. (1 original, 1 photocopy)
Attachments: Letter by PH to Mary Tomlinson, Tegna, 1994-10-18. Correspondence and letters: PH to Diogenes Verlag / Anna von Planta, Diogenes Verlag / Anna von Planta to PH, Frieda Sommer to PH. 1 folder Bibliographie Diogenes Taschenbuch 1992. 3 folders Notes and fragments by PH re: Small g, typewritten and handwritten, partly on rear of letters to PH.

A-01-b

Unfinished / Unpublished Novels

Cote Title / Description Dates Collation Further Info / Remarks
A-01-b-1/01 The Click of the Shutting   1943/1944
Ts., 272 pp.
Restored Ts. For use: photocopy in box 99.
A-01-b-2/01 The Dove Descending. Synopsis 1   1944/1945
Ts., [2], 16 pp.
 
A-01-b-2/02 The Dove Descending. Synopsis 2   1944/1945
Ts., 2 pp.
 
A-01-b-2/03 The Dove Descending. Synopsis 3   1944/1945
Ts., 1 p.
Transferred from A-01-c-1/12.
A-01-b-2/04 The Dove Descending. Unfinished novel   1944/1945
Ts., 45 pp. (numb. 1-46, no p. 9) + t. p.
Many handwritten corrections. Transfered from A-01-c-1/12. Ts. in poor shape. Title page includes poem by T.S. Eliot: "Little Gidding 'Four Quartets'".
A-01-b-2/05 The Dove Descending. Unfinished novel   1944/1945
Ts. (carbon copy), 77pp.
Up to p. 45 identical to A-01-b-2/04.
A-01-b-2/06 The Dove Descending. Unfinished novel   1944/1945
Ts., pp. 55-78
 
A-01-b-3/01 The Straightforward Lie   1959/1960
Ts. (carbon copy), 244 pp.
 
A-01-b-3/02 The Straightforward Lie. Unpublished novel (copy Diogenes Verlag)   1959/1960
Ts., 244 pp.
Photocopy of A-01-b-3/01.
A-01-b-4/01 [The Traffic of Jacob’s Ladder]. Untitled   1952?
Ts. (carbon copy), pp. 388-398 (=The End)
French setting. Handwritten comment PH: "Click of the Shutting (?) [crossed out] or part of lost MSS of 'Jacob's Ladder'".
A-01-b-5/01 First Person Novel. Unpublished   1961?
Ts., 59 pp.
 

A-01-c

Short Stories, Articles and Essays

The relation between the different files has been drawn until A-01-c-4/213

A-01-c-1/01-61
"Oldest Short Stories 1945-1955 c"
From accordion folder "Oldest Short Stories 1945-1955 c."
Cote Title / Description Collation Further Info / Remarks
A-01-c-1/01 Acapulco - The Circus on the Pacific. Essay (travel)   Ts., 19 pp. (numb. 1-18, 2 x p. 18)
 
A-01-c-1/02 Ancient Summer. Short story   Ts., 10 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/03 The Birds Poised to Fly. Short story   Ts., 13 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH: "formerly called Love is a Terrible Thing. Bought by Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Jan. 1968". [Different from the version published in Eleven, Heinemann, London, 1970].
A-01-c-1/03A The Birds Poised to Fly   carbon, 14 pp. (numb. 1-13 + p. 7A)
Different version from 3.
A-01-c-1/04 The Barber Raoul. Short story   Ts., 13 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/05 Born Failure. Short story   Ts., 18 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/06 A Bird in Hand. Short story   carbon, 19 pp. + t. p. + slip of paper
Handwritten comment PH on slip of paper: "Pleasant commercial story, easily much cut. Could have slight improving touches. July 1973". Handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-1/07 The Blunderer. Novel condensation   print, 19 pp. + t. p.
Comment typed on cover page by PH: "The Blunderer. Condensation from Cosmopolitan, Sept. 1954". pp. 92-115. File also includes pp. 116 to end of magazine (p. 126).
A-01-c-1/07A The Blunderer   print, 18 pp.
Same as 7 but without t. p. or p. 92 (drawing).
A-01-c-1/08 The Car. Short story   Ts., 22 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/08A The Car   carbon, 22 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten comment PH on t. p.: "again - to be updated - ? It's a good story".
A-01-c-1/09 Convoy to Brussels. Short story   Ts., 13 pp. + t. p.
Triple perforation on left hand of page. Handwritten corrections (compared to 9A, additional handwritten corrections).
A-01-c-1/09A Convoy to Brussels   carbon of 9, 13 pp. + t. p.
Some handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-1/10 The Cries of Love. Short story   Ts., 10 pp. + t. p.
Title page bears stamp: W.A. Bradley, 18 quai de Béthune, Paris IVe. [first published in Women's Journal, n.d., n.p., then in Eleven, Heinemann, London, 1970]
A-01-c-1/10A The Cries of Love   carbon, 10 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/11 Dear Beetle. Epistolary short story (four letters)   Ts., 28 pp. + t. p.
Author of the manuscript: Elizabeth Emanuel.
A-01-c-1/12 [The Dove Descending. Unfinished novel]     Transferred to A-01-b-02/3 and /4.
A-01-c-1/13 A Mask of Innocence   print, 12 pp.
Novel condensation of Deep Water in Cosmopolitan, n.d., n.p., pp. 106-127.
A-01-c-1/14 Doorbell for Louisa. Short story   carbon, 26 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH: "Cosmopolitan. 1948?". Handwritten comment PH: "(only copy, as I have no tearsheets. Jan. 1970.)".
A-01-c-1/15 The Great Cardhouse. Short story   carbon, 22 pp. (numb. 1-25 + p. 9A) + t. p.
Typed comment PH: "(published 1959? The Saint?)".
A-01-c-1/16 A Girl Who Came Along. Short story   carbon, 25 pp. (numb. 1-24 + p. 3a) + t. p. + slip of paper
Typed comment PH on slip of paper: "Pretty good idea; also good idea for a TV play. Needs cutting to be a short story. A better ending if Eddie regains his nerve (Adolph isn't armed after all, and runs after Adolph in street. Courage inspired by the girl, of course. Girl could take initiative, and seize Adolph's arm."
A-01-c-1/17 An International Incident. Short story   Ts., 20 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/17A An International Incident   carbon, 22 pp. + t. p.
Not same version as 17.
A-01-c-1/17B An International Incident   carbon of 17, 20 pp. + t. p.
A few handwritten corrections. Address PH on t. p.: 20 Rue de Courbuisson, Samois/Seine 77. [This version found in Ts. box of Those Who Walk Away + The Tremor of Forgery, together with 19A].
A-01-c-1/18 Untitled   carbon, 11 pp.
Part of lost novel? Handwritten comment PH: "Click of the Shutting (?) [crossed out] or part of lost MSS. of 'Jacob's Ladder'". pp. 388-398 (The End).
A-01-c-1/19 In the Plaza. Short story   Ts., 29 pp. (numb. 1-28, 2 x p. 26) + t. p.
Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-1/19A Alejandro, the Bad Boy   carbon, 28 pp. + t. p.
Clean copy of 19. Address PH: Samois/Seine. [This version found in Ts. box of Those Who Walk Away + The Tremor of Foregery, together with 17B]
A-01-c-1/19-II Friend. Epistolary short story   Ts., 10 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/20 Mexico. Chronicle (travel)   Ts., 6 pp.
Handwritten comment PH: "and St. Gotthard Pass".
A-01-c-1/21 The St. Gotthard Pass. Essay (travel)   Ts., 2 pp.
 
A-01-c-1/22 Florence: The Pensione Bartolini. Essay (travel)   Ts., 2 pp.
 
A-01-c-1/23 P A R I S. Essay (travel)   Ts., 4 pp. (pp. 1-3 + top 1/3 of p. 4)
 
A-01-c-1/24 ENGLAND. Essay (travel)   Ts., 3 pp.
Typed comment PH: "First country, first trip - June '49".
A-01-c-1/24-II Montpellier to the Spanish Border. Essay (travel)   Ts., 3 pp.
 
A-01-c-1/25 Mallorca. Essay (travel)   Ts., 2 pp.
 
A-01-c-1/26 Marseille. Essay (travel)   Ts., 3 pp.
Also includes other towns: Genoa, Milan, Rome.
A-01-c-1/26-II Carbon of Tss. 20 through 26   25 pp.
The order of the carbons is not the same as that of the Tss. (which were also clipped together originally).
A-01-c-1/27 The Marzipan Hares. Short story   Ts., 18 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/28 Magic Casements. Short story   Ts., 19 pp. + t. p.
Double perforation on left hand of page.
A-01-c-1/29 The Mightiest Mornings. Short story   Ts., 31 pp. + t. p.
Double perforation on left hand of page. A few handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-1/30 A Mighty Nice Man. Short story   Ts., 9 pp. + t. p. + blank p.
Typed comment PH: "(Written 1939, published in Barnard Quarterly)".
A-01-c-1/31 The Man Next Door. Short story   Ts., 4 pp. + t. p. + slip of paper
Typed comment PH on slip of paper: "Lightweight silly story, not too bad as is. July 1973".
A-01-c-1/32 Untitled. Short story   Ts., 17 pp. (numb. 1-15; 3 x p. 7; 2 x p. 8; no p. 14) + slip of paper.
Many handwritten corrections PH. Typed comment PH on slip of paper: "Overdramatic story, dubious whether it's worth keeping. Guilty man (father of unborn child) kills himself at the end -- the only slight surprise. July 1973".
A-01-c-1/33 Man's Best Friend. Short story   carbon, 16 pp. + t. p.
Pencilled comment PH: "Inferior version".
A-01-c-1/34 Early Notebooks 1938 - 1943   Ts., 23 pp.
Extremely thin paper. These appear to be extracts from the cahiers in question. Towards the end, in particular, choice seems to fall on related passages having to do with a few characters: Gregory, Margaret, Everett, Paul.... Notes to one of the early, unpublished novels?
A-01-c-1/35 Nightwalker. Short story   carbon, 23 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH: (Only copy Jan. 1970. Bought by SAINT magazine Sept. 1958).
A-01-c-1/36 Over My Dead Body. Short story   carbon, 12 pp. (numb. 1-11 + p. 2a).
 
A-01-c-1/37 One for the Islands. Short story   carbon, 8 pp. + t. p.
First published in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979.
A-01-c-1/37A One for the Islands   carbon, 8 pp. + t. p.
Address PH: "1014 1/2 Canyon Road, Santa Fe, N. Mex." Not same version as 37.
A-01-c-1/37B One for the Islands   photocopy of 37, 8 pp. + t. p.
Stamp on t. p.: "McIntosh and Otis, Inc., 18 E 41st Street, New York, NY 10017".
A-01-c-1/38 Paris to Cannes Nature. Essay (travel)   carbon, 9 pp.
 
A-01-c-1/39 The Pianos of the Steinachs. Short story   Ts., 41 pp. + t. p. + blank p. + slip of paper
Typed comment PH on slip of paper: "1947. Could be line-cut. It remains an atmospheric, long short story, not bad. Set Agnes' age as about 31. And change trains to planes! July 1973".
A few handwritten corrections. Pages with double perforation.
A-01-c-1/40 Poems, all clipped together      
Contains:
"Lines to an Old Mattress in an Alley", Ts., 1 p., address PH: 353 E. 56 Street, New York, New York. Name typed in full.
"Old Letters", Ts., 1 p., address PH: 353 E 56, NY. Name typed in full.
Untitled. 1st line: "Some Fragments of Lord Nelson's missing arm...", Ts., 1 p., address PH: 353 E 56, NY. Name typed in full.
Untitled. 1st line: "These pitiful words tonight...", Ts., 1 p., address PH: 353 E. 56, NY. Name typed in full.
Untitled. 1st line: "Having less than nothing...", Ts., 1 p., address PH: 353 E. 56, NY. Name typed in full.
"Epitaph", Ts., 1 p., address PH: 353 E 56, NY. Name typed in full.
Untitled. 1st line: "To you whom I love...", Ts., 1 p., no address. No name.
A-01-c-1/41-I Poems      
Contains:
"Black Goldfish", Ts., 1 p., handwritten corrections. Address PH: Bridge Cottage, Earl Soham, Suffolk. Name typed in full.
"Central Park", Ts., 1 p., handwritten corrections. No address or name.
"Central Park", carbon, 1p., clean copy of Ts. Address PH: Montmachoux
"Summer Reading", Ts., 1 p., address PH: American Express, Florence, Italy. Name.
A-01-c-1/41-II Poems      
Contains:
Untitled. 1st line: "That we should meet was of no great moment...", carbon, 1 p., No address or name.
The Return of the Natives, Ts., 1p., No address or name.
Carbon of all of poems in A-01-c-1/40, except "To you whom I love...", 6 pp.
A-01-c-1/42 The Still Point of the Turning World. Short story   carbon, 22 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH: "published as 'The Envious One' in Today's Woman, March 1949".
A-01-c-1/43 The Springs of the Sea. Short story   carbon, 20 pp. (numb. 1-21, p. 9 missing) + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/44 Sunday at Grandma's. Short story   Ts., 6 pp. + t. p. + p. of comments
Includes a p. of comments on brown paper, probably by Barnard Quarterly editors. In very fragile state; mounted onto a white (newer) piece of paper. Handwritten comment PH: "1939 Barnard".
A-01-c-1/44A Sunday at Grandma's. Short story   carbon, 6 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/44B Sunday at Grandma's. Short story   carbon, 6 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/45 The Staircase. Short story   carbon, 14 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH on t. p.: "July 1973. This story isn't pulled together. No mention of seeing the criminal again-- or maybe seeing him. Something like this could pull it together. Has many good things in it, with some cutting." A few handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-1/46 Tasco: Peace   Ts. & carbon, 7 pp. + t. p.
1943-1944. (pp. 1-4: Ts.; pp. 5-7: carbon)
A-01-c-1/46A Tasco: Peace   Ts. & carbon, 7 pp. + t. p.
1943-1944. (pp. 1-4: carbon; pp. 5-7: Ts.)
A-01-c-1/47 Trieste: The Orphan City. Essay (travel)   Ts., 12 pp.
Many handwritten and typed corrections. Unfinished.
A-01-c-1/48 The Returnees. Short story   Ts., 25 pp. (numb. 1-24 + p. 19a) + t. p.
Pages with triple perforation.
A-01-c-1/49 Primroses are Pink. Short story   Ts., 5 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten comment PH on p.1: "1936 High School".
A-01-c-1/50 The Snail-Watcher. Short story   Ts., 9 pp. (numb. 1-10, no p. 7) + t. p.
Typed comment PH: "(first published in Nova, April 1966, London)". Stamp on t. p.: "W.A. Bradley,..." [Eleven states that "The Snail-Watcher" originally appeared in Gamma? At any rate, reprinted in Eleven, Heinemann, London, 1970] [cf. 86]
A-01-c-1/51 [Number not in use]      
A-01-c-1/52 Tradition in American Literature   Ts., 23 pp. (numb. 1-23; 2 x p. 18, no p. 5) + t. p.
Academic paper. Apr. 23, 1942. Paper written for Professor Ethel Thornbury (Barnard College), "English 78". Received grade A- and following comment: "Interesting, but some of the generalizations are questionable."
A-01-c-1/53 The Vacant Lot. Short story   Ts., 11 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-1/54 The Ugly Girl. Short story   carbon & Ts., 9 pp. + t. p.
(pp. 1-7: carbon; pp. 8-9: Ts.). Many handwritten corrections. Handwritten comment PH: "Polish a bit. Estab. Manhattan + George also French friend. Explain Mme. as Mme Denise is nearly 40, unmarried." Also handwritten by PH at bottom of t. p.: "(M. Johnson)". Triple perforation on the two Ts. pp.
A-01-c-1/54A The Ugly Girl   carbon, 10 pp. + t. p.
Different version from 54.
A-01-c-1/55 An Unfortunate Friendship. Short story   Ts., 6 pp.
Address PH: Pension Morena, 11 Koeniginstrasse, Muenchen.
A-01-c-1/56 When the Fleet Was in at Mobile. Short story   Ts. & carbon, 22 pp. + t. p.
(Ts. except for p. 4 which is a carbon). Typed comment PH: "first published in London Life Dec. 3, 1965". Also on t. p.: stamp of W.A. Bradley. [Reprinted in Eleven, Heinemann, London, 1970]
A-01-c-1/56A When the Fleet Was in at Mobile   print, 6 pp.
Handwritten comment PH: "London Life, Dec. 3, 1965", pp. 47, 56, 58, 60, 63-4, 66.
A-01-c-1/57 Where to, Madam?   print, 6 pp.
From Woman's Home Companion, n.p. (but U.S.A), Oct. 1951, pp. 21, 102, 123-26, 128, 131.
A-01-c-1/57-II Review of This Sweet Sickness in Mystery Digest   1 p.
n.p., n.d. Single-sided printing. Probably proof galleys. p. 002.
A-01-c-1/58 The Welcome Mat. Short story   Ts., 17 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-1/58A Where the Door is Always Open and the Welcome Mat is Out   carbon, 22 pp. + t. p.
Different version from 58.
A-01-c-1/59 The Wine of Scotland. Short story   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p. + slip of paper
Typed comment by PH on slip of paper: "4/2/88 With P. 17 different ending for Bloomsbury anthology." Stamp of W.A. Bradley on t. p. On p. 4, 4 lines marked in pencil with the comment: "cut by Calmann-Lévy". [Published as "L'élixir d'Ecosse" in Les Sirènes du Golf, Calmann-Lévy, Paris, 1984. Sirènes does not mention that this is a first publication]
A-01-c-1/59A The Wine of Scotland   photocopy of 59, 18 pp. + t. p.
With handwritten changes on p. 17 and an additional p. 17A with new ending. Same comment on p. 4 as with 59.
A-01-c-1/59B The Wine of Scotland, pp. 37-44   Galley proofs, 8 pp.
With pencilled comment by PH: "no corrections 26/4/88 for Bloomsbury London". Seems to be same version as 59A.
A-01-c-1/60 The Yuma Baby. Short story   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p.
A few handwritten corrections. [cf. 110]
A-01-c-1/61 You Can't Get Away With Murder. Short story   Ts., 14 pp. + t. p.
With pencilled corrections.

A-01-c-2/62-110
"Short Stories: Middle"
From accordion folder "Short Stories: Middle"
Cote Title / Description Collation Further Info / Remarks
A-01-c-2/62 Broken Glass. Short story   carbon, 19 pp. + t. p.
[First published in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979]
A-01-c-2/63 Block, Failure and Depression. Essay   Ts., carbon, 8 pp. + t. p.
(pp. 1-5, 7-8: carbon, p. 6: Ts. OR 2nd carbon, 1st carbon, respectively)
A-01-c-2/64 Between Jane Austen and Philby. Essay   carbon?, 6 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-2/64A Between Jane Austen and Philby. Essay. First draft   Ts., 6 pp.
=CoD 39. Typed comment PH on p. 1: "Sept. 1968 written for Vogue, London" and handwriting PH: "1st draft". With many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-2/65 The Baby Spoon. Short story   photocopy, Ts., 12 pp. + t. p.
Photocopy except for t. p. which is Ts. On t. p., pencilled comment PH: "(Xerox not good)".
A-01-c-2/65A The Baby Spoon   print, 6 pp.
From EQMM, March 1973, pp. 76-85. c 1973 PH. [also published in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979]
A-01-c-2/66 Camera Finish. Short story   Ts., 19 pp. + t. p.
On t. p., typed comment PH: "(Published in Cosmopolitan, USA, 1960).
A-01-c-2/66A Camera Fiend [sic]   print, 8 pp.
From EQMM Anthology, pp. 164-77. Handwritten comment PH on p. 164: "(Cosmopolitan USA - when? from 1972 Anthol. EQMM". [Reprinted as "Photo à l'arrivée" in On ne peut compter sur personne, Calmann-Lévy, 1996. Bundled in English?]
A-01-c-2/67 Who Dies, Who Lives? Short story   print, 6 pp.
From EQMM, Aug. 1973, pp. 6-16. (c) 1973 PH. Handwritten comment PH on p. 6: "A Curious Suicide". [Later reprinted as "A Curious Suicide" in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979]
A-01-c-2/68 The Thrill Seeker. Short story   photocopy of print, 6 pp.
From EQMM, pp. 10-21. Handwriting PH: "EQMM 1960 - August". Also handwriting PH (photocopied): "A Dangerous Hobby" in place of the printed title which is crossed out. [Reprinted as "L'amateur de Frissons" in Les Sirènes du Golf, Calmann-Lévy, 1984. Bundled in English?] [cf. 101]
A-01-c-2/69 A Girl Like Phyl. Short story   photocopy, 29 pp. + t. p.
Pages with double perforation. [Reprinted as "Le Portrait de sa mère" in Le Jardin des disparus, Calmann-Lévy, 1982. Bundled in English?]
A-01-c-2/69A Ein Mädchen wie Phyl   photocopy of print, 10 pp.
From Playboy No. 8, Aug. 1980, n.p. (Germany), pp. 77, 160-6, 168. File also includes photocopy of front cover of magazine.
A-01-c-2/70 A House with a Mouse. Cat and mouse story in 33 points (not ongoing narrative)   Ts., 5 pp.
 
A-01-c-2/70A A House with a Mouse   carbon of 70, 5 pp.
One correction.
A-01-c-2/71 Home Bodies. Short story   carbon, 15 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-2/71A Home Bodies (Sauce for the Goose)   carbon, 15 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-2/71B Home Bodies. Sauce for the Goose   photocopy, 15 pp. + t. p.
(photocopy of 71A, with new t. p.).
A-01-c-2/71C Sauce for the Goose   print, 7 pp.
From EQMM, Sept 1972, (c) PH, pp. 136-47. Handwritten comments PH on p. 136: "EQMM - Sept. 1972. (Home Bodies)". [reprinted as "Epoux en froid" in Le Jardin des disparus, Calmann-Lévy, 1982. Bundled in English?]
A-01-c-2/72 The Mobile Heart (or Be My Valentine?). Poem   Ts., with ink drawing, 1 p.
Poem. dd. 1-30-64.
A-01-c-2/73 It's a Deal. Short story   carbon, 15 pp. (numb. 1-14 + p. 9a) + t. p.
Handwritten comments PH on t. p.: "(Never sold I think Jan. 1970) [crossed out] (a miniature Susp. of Mercy) Sold to Norway c. 1964 - No record of USA sales unless title was changed. July '73". Pages with double perforation.
A-01-c-2/74 The Man Who Wrote Books in His Head. Short story   print, 2 pp.
(pp. 75-77). Handwritten comment PH on p. 75: "The New Review - London '74". [Also published in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979]
A-01-c-2/75 Must We Always Write for Money? Essay   carbon, 5 pp.
Typed comment PH: "(Sent to The Writer, Boston, Mass. 16 July 1974)". Address PH: 21 Boissiere, 77 880 Moncourt, France.
A-01-c-2/76 Ming's Biggest Prey. Animal short story   photocopy except for t. p. which is Ts., 13 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten comment [PH?]: "N.Y. Xerox". With a few handwritten (original) corrections. [First published? in The Animal-Lover's Book of Beastly Murder, Heinemann, London, 1975]
A-01-c-2/77 Nothing that Meets the Eye. Short story   carbon?, 22 pp + t. p.
 
A-01-c-2/78 New York: The Nervous, the Disgruntled, the Phlegmatic. Essay   Ts., 12 pp.+ t. p
Handwritten comment PH: "(never sold)". [According to AvP, was ordered, then rejected]
A-01-c-2/78A New York: The Nervous, the Disgruntled, the Phlegmatic   carbon of 78, 12 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten date PH on t. p.: "1970".
A-01-c-2/79 Not in This Life, Maybe the Next. Short story   carbon?, 19 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten comment PH on t. p.: "published - Ellery Queen c. 1968". [Also published in Mermaids on the Golf Course, Heinemann, London, 1985. Mermaids states that the story was originally published in EQMM, New York, 1970, under the title "The Nature of the Thing"]
A-01-c-2/80 The Pond. Short story   print, 9 pp.
From EQMM, Mar. 1976, pp. 126-42. [Reprinted in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979]
A-01-c-2/81 Proust. Essay   carbon, 19 pp.
Handwritten corrections. First p. or pp. missing. No p. numbering. Handwritten comment PH on first p.: "PROUST".
A-01-c-2/82 The Quest for Blank Claveringi. Short story   carbon?, except for one t. p. which is a Ts., 21 pp. + 2 x t. p.
[Published in Eleven, Heinemann, London, 1970. Eleven states that the story was originally published, "in slightly altered form" in the Saturday Evening Post as "The Snails"]
A-01-c-2/82A The Snails   print, 7 pp.
(pp. 44, 48, 50, 52, 54-5). Handwritten comments PH: "SAT. EVE. POST - 'the Snails' JUNE 1967" (p. 43), and "The Snails" (p. 56).
A-01-c-2/83 The Perfect Alibi. Short story   print, 7 pp.
Handwritten comment PH: "Ellery QMM - March 1957". pp. 36-48. [Reprinted as "Un alibi parfait" in Le Jardin des disparus, Calmann-Lévy, 1982. Bundled in English?]
A-01-c-2/84 Sarah and Hilary: The Two Lucky Snails. Short story   carbon?, 18 pp. + t. p.
On t. p., stamp of W.A. BRADLEY. [cf. 89]
A-01-c-2/85 Suffolk Notebook. Essay (travel)   Ts., 11 pp. + t. p.
A couple of handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-2/86 The Snail-Watcher. Short story   carbon, 9 pp. (numb. 1-10, no p. 7), + t. p.
Typed comment PH on t. p.: "(first published in Nova, April 1966; London)". Handwritten addition to this note: "Gamma magazine, USA". [cf. 50]
A-01-c-2/86A The Snail-Watcher   print, 3 pp. (pp. 155, 157, 159-60)
1964 c. Probably a print from Nova [with copywright obtained at an earlier date for a publication that never occured?], as the advertisements are British. Also includes short commentary on PH and her pet snails, on p. 160.
A-01-c-2/87 Sherlock Holmes From Home. A Christmas visit to a timeless spirit with the unerringly ingenius [sic] Patricia Highsmith, one of the few people privileged to see the script of Billy Wilder's new film 'The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes' to be released next year. Essay   print, 2 pp.
Published in ?, n.d. [but article itself mentions "In this year of 1969", n.p., pp. 89-91].
A-01-c-2/88 Something You Have to Live With. Short story   print, 8 pp.
From EQMM, July 1976, pp. 78-92. (c) 1976 PH. [Reprinted in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979]
A-01-c-2/89 Untitled. Handwritten comment PH: "PROPOSED SNAIL INTERVIEW"   Ts., 1 p. + 17 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten corrections [1 double-sided p.]. Clipped together with "Sarah and Hillary: The Two Lucky Snails". Short story. With small drawings of snails by PH. Many handwritten corrections. [cf. 84]
A-01-c-2/90 Somebody Else. Short story   Ts., 20 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten comment PH on t. p.: "Very shortened - by one half - a possibility - (surprise ending)". Handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-2/91 Suspense: Rules and Non-Rules   carbon, 8 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH on t. p.: "This article printed in The Writer magazine, November 1964, but not included in Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction".
A-01-c-2/92 Snail-Mate. Essay   carbon?, 4 pp. (numb. 1-3, 2 x p. 3) + t. p.
Typed comment PH on t. p.: "Photographs by Ronald J. Meek".
A-01-c-2/92A Snail-Mate   carbon?, 4 pp. + t. p.
With same comment on t. p. as 92. 92A seems to be an exact carbon of 92, except that in 92A the p. numbering is correct.
A-01-c-2/93 Something New in Pets--Snails. Essay   Ts.+carbon, 8 pp. + t. p.
(Ts., except for t. p. which is carbon). Comment PH on t. p.: "Reserve 1st Draft". Handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-2/93A Something New in Pets--Snails   carbon, 9 pp. + t. p.
Clean copy of 93.
A-01-c-2/94 Patricia Highsmith: Criminals in Society, by Julian Symons, London Magazine, June 1969, pp. 37-43. Essay   4 pp.
 
A-01-c-2/95 Jack the Ripper: 1888-1988 and Onward. Book reviews   carbon, 9 pp. (numb. 1-7 + 2 pp. insert [?])
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "sent 28 Nov. '87 to TLS (mid) [?]". The 2 pp. insert was made upon request by Alan Hollinghurst (cf. letter of 95A).
A-01-c-2/95A Shorter version printed in TLS of December 25-31, 1987, p. 1427.   1 p. + 1 p. letter
Letter from TLS Deputy Editor Alan Hollinghurst [?] dd. 1.12.1987 (1 double-sided p.). Handwritten comment PH at the bottom of this letter: "Ripper Legacy. Druitt guilty but was murdered to cover up".
A-01-c-2/96 The Terrapin. Short story   carbon except for t. p. which is Ts., 17 pp. + t. p.
Early version with some handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-2/96A The Terrapin   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH on t. p.: "(Published in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, 1962; given special award (Raven) from Mystery Writers of America 1963; in Ellery Queen Anthology 1964)". Clean copy of 96. [Reprinted in Eleven, Heinemann, London, 1970]
A-01-c-2/97 THEY In a Grain of Sand   Ts., 12 pp.
Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-2/98 The Trouble With Mrs. Blynn, the Trouble With the World. Short story   carbon, 11 pp. + t. p. + slip of paper
Typed comment by PH on slip of paper: "With occasional word change, probably necessitating retyping, this story is not bad -- though where's the market? July 1973" [probably date of note, not of story].
A-01-c-2/98A The Trouble With Mrs. Blynn, the Trouble With the World   carbon, 11 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten comment PH on t. p.: "women's mag? age group 60!" [comment crossed out].
A-01-c-2/99 A Tourist in Tunisia. Essay (travel)   Ts., 17 pp. (found in this order: numb. 1-8 [one version], then, pp. 4, 6-13) + slip of paper
Handwritten corrections and typed comment by PH on slip of paper: "July 1973. Okay to keep for reference. Material prtly [sic] used for article published New Staesman [= New Statesman]. This is 1966 material here." [cf. 105]
A-01-c-2/100 Those Who Walk Away. Condensation of novel   print, 16 pp.
Cosmopolitan, New York, date? [original list by AvP mentions "Apr. 196" ?], pp. 154-69, 176-83. (c) 1967 PH, with the mention "From Those Who Walk Away, to be published by Doubleday, Inc." Handwriting PH on p. 153 "THOSE WHO...".
A-01-c-2/101 The Thrill Seeker. Short story   photocopy of print, 6 pp.
Handwritten comment PH (photocopied): "A Dangerous Hobby" ["The Thrill Seeker" is crossed out]. In unidentified (original) handwriting: "EQMM, N.Y. /8/60". As printed in EQMM, New York, Aug. 1960, pp. 10-21. [cf. 68]
A-01-c-2/101A The Thrill Seeker   photocopy of print, 12 pp.
Photocopied, handwritten (not by PH) comment under English title: "L'amateur de Frissons". As printed in EQMM, New York, Aug. 1960, pp. 10-21.
A-01-c-2/102 Vendetta. Draft for screenplay?   carbon?, 5 pp.
Typed address PH: 38 Via Vecchiarelli, Rome T. 658835; PH then crossed out this address and replaced it with: 27 King St., Aldeburgh, Suffolk.
A-01-c-2/103 Variations on a Game. Short story   carbon, 19 pp. + t. p.
[cf. 172]
A-01-c-2/103A Variations on a Game   print
From Alfred Hitchcock's Anthology, 1973, pp. 335-348. [reprinted as "Variation sur un jeu" in On ne peut compter sur personne, Calmann-Lévy, 1996. Bundled in English?]
A-01-c-2/104 Venice-- the One and Only. Essay (travel)   photocopy, 9 pp.
Address PH: 6652 Tegna. Tel: (093) 81-29-51. Handwritten (photocopied) comment PH: "Sent to F. Ranft [?] for ADAC 6/7/92".
A-01-c-2/105 Warm Recollections of Tunisia. Essay (travel)   carbon, 12 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten comment PH on t. p.: "Published New Statesman 1966". [cf. 99]
A-01-c-2/106 Woodrow Wilson's Necktie. Short story   pp. 1-6: carbon [also t. p.]; pp. 7-19: Ts., 19 pp. + t. p.
Some handwritten corrections. [First published in EQMM, Mar. 1972, then in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979]. [cf. 173]
A-01-c-2/106B Woodrow Wilson's Necktie   carbon, 18 pp. + t. p. + 1 p. letter
Some handwritten corrections. Letter from Gloria Amoury / Mystery Writers of America, Inc., dd. June 3, 1971 ["We loved your story but unfortunately for us, as it hasn't yet been published in EQMM we couldn't clear the rights to it. After it's published perhaps you'll try us again with it."]
A-01-c-2/107 Who is Crazy? Short story   carbon?, 15 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH on t. p.: "(published in Ellery Queen, perhaps in 1962)" [Reprinted as "Une logique folle" in Le Jardin des disparus, Calmann-Lévy, 1982. Bundled in English?]
A-01-c-2/108 Winter in Suffolk: A Writer's Notes. Essay (travel)   carbon, 17 pp. (numb. 1-15 + 5a, 2 x 14) + t. p. + blank p.
Includes parts also found in "Suffolk Notebook".
A-01-c-2/108A Winter in Suffolk: A Writer's Notes   carbon, 16 pp. (numb. 1-15 + 5a) + t. p.
Additional handwritten corrections, compared to 108. Some handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-2/109 You can't depend on Anybody. Short story   carbon, 21 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten corrections. [Published in EQMM, New York, 1971, and reprinted as "On ne peut compter sur personne" in On ne peut compter sur personne, Calmann-Lévy, 1996]
A-01-c-2/109A You can't depend on Anybody   carbon, 21 pp. + t. p.
Same corrections as 109.
A-01-c-2/110 The Yuma Baby   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH: "(published as THE EMPTY BIRDHOUSE, Ellery Queen, 1967 (?) and in THE SNAIL-WATCHER and Other Stories, Doubleday, 1970)". Some handwritten corrections. [Also printed as "The Empty Birdhouse" in Eleven, Heinemann, London, 1970] [cf. 60]

A-01-c-3/111-180
"Short Stories: 1972-74-78-80-81-82"
From accordion folder "Short Stories: 1972-74-78-80-81-82"
Cote Title / Description Collation Further Info / Remarks
A-01-c-3/111 An American Book-Bag. Essay   carbon, 6 pp.
Address PH: Moncourt.
A-01-c-3/111A An American Book-Bag   proof galleys, 4 pp.
(pp. 70-75). For ? c 1974.
A-01-c-3/112 The Adventuress March 1977 for J. Losey. Short story   Ts., 26 p.(numb. 1-25, 2 x p. 13) + sheet with notes + 2 pp. synopsis
In handwriting PH on p. 1: "The Adventuress March 1977 for J. Losey". Short story
1st version? Other titles that were considered (also on p. 1 in handwriting PH: "An Everyday Story" and "A Show of Power"). With many handwritten corrections. Also: slip of paper with handwritten notes and a 2 pp. typed synopsis. Synopsis on back of 1/ cover letter from McIntosh and Otis, Inc., re: Simon and Schuster contract for Edith's Diary d.d. 22/9/76, and 2/ a French review by Alain Pétré of Toutes à Tuer (Little Tales of Misogyny). Review incomplete.
A-01-c-3/112A The Adventuress   Ts., 24 pp + t. p..
With handwritten corrections. Handwritten comment PH on t. p.: "published EQMM Oct. 1978". Address PH: Moncourt. Also "tel.: 428-2557 (Paris area)".
A-01-c-3/112B When in Rome   print, 11 pp.
[other title for "The Adventuress"]. pp. 113-34. c 1978. In handwriting PH on p. 113: "EQMM - Oct. '78". [Reprinted as "When in Rome" in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981]
A-01-c-3/113 Untitled. Introduction ALLE MEINE KATZEN   2 carbon copies, 2 pp. + 2 pp.
Typing at top of p.: "Written as introduction for Gertrud Srncik's ALLE MEINE KATZEN. August 5, 1980".
A-01-c-3/114 On Avoidance of Payment. Essay (humor)   Ts. + 2 carbons, 3 x 1 p.
Dated 6/6/73. The carbons are identical. The Ts. is from a different typing session, although the text seems to be the same (?).
A-01-c-3/114A On Avoidance of Payment   Ts. + 2 carbons, 3 x 1 p.
 
A-01-c-3/115 The Big Pill. Short story   carbon, 2 pp.
Typed comment PH: "(sent to Die Welt 9 Sept. 1975)". Address PH: Moncourt.
A-01-c-3/116 A Bulletin From MacUlp Headquarters 'For the World You Want-- Vote for MacUlp!'. Mock political manifesto   carbon, 9 pp. + t. p.
Handwriting PH: "Sept. 1972".
A-01-c-3/117 The Book I Never Wrote. Essay   carbon, 9 p.
Address PH: Moncourt. With a few handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/118 Untitled. 1st line "This is a sample..."   Ts. + photocopy, 3 pp + 3 pp. (numb. 267, 269-70)
Begins with "This is a sample, under rather glaring light -- if [sic] the way I- work. ..." (). Ends with "Bayerischer Rundfunk, 27 October 1978, Patricia Highsmith", and PH's full signature.
Contains several typos. Both copies bear handwritten (original) note at top of p. 267 "Bayerischer Rundfunk". Flow of consciousness. Also about The Boy Who Followed Ripley. On back of Ts., a handwritten note: "Dearest Monique. You are a girl who allows me to dream. And that's nice. Pat, 3AM 29 Oct. '78".
A-01-c-3/119 The Black House. Short story   carbon, 20 pp. + t. p.
A few handwritten corrections. [First published in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981]
A-01-c-3/120 Blow It. Short story   Ts., 17 pp. + t. p.
[First published in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981]
A-01-c-3/120A Blow It   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-3/121 The Baby-Sitter. Short story   Ts. + photocopy, 17 pp.
"The Baby-Sitter" (in handwriting PH on p. 1). Short story. Also in handwriting PH: her name + "Nachts im Wald" (dark photocopy). Many handwritten corrections. [First published? as "La Baby-sitter" in On ne peut compter sur personne, Calmann-Lévy, 1996]
A-01-c-3/122 The Button. Short story   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p.
A few handwritten corrections. [First published? as "Le Prix de l'Idiot" in Les Sirènes du Golf, Calmann-Lévy, Paris, 1984. Reprinted in English in Mermaids on the Golf Course, Heinemann, London, 1985] [cf. 182]
A-01-c-3/123 Berlin: Filmfestspiele Jury Duty. Essay   carbon, 5 pp.
Date at end: "20 April 1978, P.H." Address PH: Moncourt. On p. 1, in handwriting PH: "1978".
A-01-c-3/124 Mord Bei Feinen Leuten by Raymond Chandler. Book review   carbon, 2 pp.
Book review by PH of a Chandler story published in (German) Playboy. Address PH: Moncourt.
A-01-c-3/125 A Clock Ticks At Christmas. Short story   carbon, 16 pp. + t. p.
[First published as "La Pendule disait Noel" - cf. 125B -. Reprinted in English in Mermaids on the Golf Course, Heinemann, London, 1985]
A-01-c-3/125A A Clock Ticks At Christmas   carbon, 16 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-3/125B La Pendule disait Noel   print, 3 pp.
[English: "A Clock Ticks At Christmas"] From Le Matin, 25 Dec. 1979, p. 16 + 26 Dec. 1979, pp. 20-1.
A-01-c-3/126 On Cats and Lifestyle. Essay   dark photocopy, 3 pp.
Typed comment PH: "Sent to Murder, Ink., June 1979". Address PH: Moncourt.
A-01-c-3/127 An die Cote - weil fast jeder andere älter ist. Essay (travel)   print, 2 pp. x 7
[English: "Some Watery Spots on the Cote"] From Merian, n.p., n.d., pp. 47-50. 7 identical copies. [cf. 145]
A-01-c-3/128 The Dream of the 'Emma C'. Short story   Ts., 25 pp. (numb. 1-22, 3A, 14A, 20A) + t. p.
With handwritten corrections. [First published in Cosmopolitan - cf. 128A. Reprinted in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981. Black does not mention any prior publication, but cf. 128A and B]
A-01-c-3/128A The Dream of the 'Emma C'   print, 8 pp.
From Cosmopolitan. Handwritten comment PH on p. 145: "1981 July (?) Cosmopolitan London". pp. 145, 147-52, 154-7 + p. 144 (with drawing).
A-01-c-3/128B The Dream of the 'Emma C'   print, 7 pp.
From Cosmopolitan. Handwritten comment PH [?]: "Cosmopolitan August '81". pp. 145, 147-52, 154-7.
A-01-c-3/129 Chris' Last Party. Short story   Ts., 26 pp. + t. p.
Handwritten corrections. [First published as "La dernière fete de Chris" in Le Jardin des disparus, Calmann-Lévy, 1982. Reprinted in English under the title "Chris's Last Party" in Mermaids on the Golf Course, Heinemann, London, 1985] [cf. 184]
A-01-c-3/130 The Days of Reckoning. Short story   carbon, 20 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-3/130A Day of Reckoning   print, 8 pp.
From EQMM, ? 1974, pp. 49-63. c PH 1974. [Also printed in The Animal-Lover's Book of Beastly Murder, Heinemann, London, 1975]
A-01-c-3/131 The Daynteefootes and the de Voleurs. Essay on cats in pseudo Middle English   Ts., 2 pp.
Handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/132 Edwin Dorris. Essay (art)   Ts., 2 pp.
Dutch painter.
Many handwritten corrections. Typed comment PH: "Written for Arbeidesper [sic] (Mr. Sontrop) 19 Oct. 1980".
A-01-c-3/133 Engine Horse. Short story   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p.
A couple of handwritten corrections. [First published ? in The Animal-Lover's Book of Beastly Murder, Heinemann, London, 1975]
A-01-c-3/134 On First Love. Essay   carbon, 9 pp.
Address PH: Moncourt.
A-01-c-3/134A On First Love   galley proofs, 3 pp.
For printing in The Sunday Times Magazine, pp. 21, 23, 25. Also: note from The Sunday Times, London.
A-01-c-3/134B First Love   2 x print and 1 x photocopy of print, 3 pp. x 3
From The Sunday Times Magazine, Jan. 20, 1974, pp. 12, 14-5. Also large color photograph on pp. 12-3. One of the two original prints bears the following comment [in handwriting PH?]: "HG Sunday Times Magazine Jan. 20, 1974". The photocopy has passages marked in red [by PH?].
A-01-c-3/135 Humor      
Contains:
"Recipe 269 from YOUR CHATTY COOKBOOK. ROAST FUNK" (Ts. and carbon). 1 p. x 2, Ts. and carbon, 1 p. x 2
"Recipe 271 from 'Your Chatty Cookbook'. Funk Soufflé", carbon, 1 double-sided p.
"from YOUR CHATTY COOKBOOK. ADDENDUM re: Recipe 269 for ROAST FUNK./ADDENDUM re: Recipe 270 SOME VARIATIONS ON THE FUNK", carbon, 1 p.
"from YOUR CHATTY COOKBOOK's news. A Bulletin" with drawing, carbon, 1 p.
3 letters from, and to, the editor of "Your Chatty Notebook [?]" [one of which is dated 19th July, 1974. 3 pp., of which one is double-sided], 3 pp.
A-01-c-3/136 Questionnaire Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine   carbon, 5 pp.
Questions by Eleanor Sullivan, 2 pp. Answers by PH (carbon), dated 18 Nov. 1981. 3 pp. [cf. 197]
A-01-c-3/137 Heavenly Dialogs [sic?]. One: Edgar Allan Poe. Two: Henry James. Three: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart   carbon, 10 pp. + t. p.
Address PH: Moncourt.
A-01-c-3/137A Same as 137   10 pp.
 
A-01-c-3/138 Untitled. Short version of "Handbag Snatch". Unfinished short story   Ts., 4 pp. + sheet with notes
Also, a p. of notes on same, including 8 points (on rear of letter to PH, dd. 27.7.1977, from Axe Securities Corporation). [AvP also comments: "Kopie ap an Marylin Scowden/Vivien de Bernardi am 18.5.1995"].
A-01-c-3/138A Handbag Snatch   Ts., 11 pp.
With many handwritten corrections. Also handwritten comment: "RUBBISH? UNFINISHED".
A-01-c-3/139 I Am Not As Efficient As Other People. Short story   Ts., 14 pp. + t. p.
A few handwritten corrections. [First published? as "Le Complexe de Ralph" in Les Sirènes du Golf, Calmann-Lévy, Paris, 1984. Reprinted in Mermaids on the Golf Course, Heinemann, London, 1985]
A-01-c-3/139A I Am Not As Efficient As Other People   carbon, 14 pp. + t. p.
Same handwritten corrections as 139.
A-01-c-3/140 I Despise Your Life. Short story   carbon, 23 pp. + t. p.
[First published in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981]
A-01-c-3/141 The Kite. Short story   carbon, 19 pp.
[First published in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981]
A-01-c-3/142 A Murder. Short story   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p.
Original, later, typed comment by PH: "(called Things Had Gone Badly in EQMM (1980?)". [Reprinted as "Un Meurtre" in Le Jardin des disparus, Calmann-Lévy, 1982. Bundled in English?]
A-01-c-3/142A Things Had Gone Badly   photocopies of print , 8 pp. + 16 pp.
From EQMM, month?, (c) 1980 PH, pp. 64-78. 2 copies. Photocopied comment by PH [alternate title]: "'A Murder'".
A-01-c-3/143 Murder in Space Cityby Henry P. Lundsgaarde. Oxford University Press. Book review   carbon, 4 pp.
A couple of handwritten corrections. Address PH: Moncourt. Printed TLS, date?
A-01-c-3/144 Mermaids on the Golf Course   carbon, 11 pp. + t. p.
[First published as "Les Sirènes du golf" in Les Sirènes du Golf, Calmann-Lévy, 1984. Reprinted in English in Mermaids on the Golf Course, Heinemann, London, 1985] [cf. 209]
A-01-c-3/145 Some Watery Spots on the Cote. Essay (travel)   carbon, 9 pp.
Typed comment PH: "for MERIAN. Dec. 1980". [cf. no. 127]
A-01-c-3/146 Not One of Us. Short story   carbon, 15 pp. + t. p.
[First published in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981]
A-01-c-3/146A Not One of Us   photocopy, 15 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-3/147 Some Notes from an American in France. Essay (travel)   carbon, 3 pp.
Address PH: Moncourt. Handwritten comment PH: "for Nouvelles Litt. Feb. '78".
A-01-c-3/148 The Novel. Essay   carbon, 2 pp.
Title handwritten by PH. Address PH: Moncourt. Handwritten comment PH: "sent 20 May to New Review, London".
A-01-c-3/149 Notes from a Respectable Cockroach   carbon, 7 pp. + t. p.
[First published ? in The Animal-Lover's Book of Beastly Murder, Heinemann, London, 1975]
A-01-c-3/150 The Network. Short story   print, 3 pp.
From ? [On p. 14, an ad for a book of poems published by the Review] (c) 1976 PH, pp. 11-16. [Also reprinted in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979. According to Slowly, "The Network" first appeared in NEW REVIEW, n.p., (c) PH 1976]
A-01-c-3/151 Das Netzwerk   print, 3 pp.
In handwriting PH: "Juli [sic] - August 1979 Esquire Deutschland". 3 double-sided pp. of print. No p. numbering. Story not complete (p. or pp. missing at end).
A-01-c-3/152 Please Don't Shoot the Trees. Short story   carbon, 21 pp. + t. p.
A couple of handwritten corrections. [Appeared in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979. According to Slowly, the story first appeared in "an anthology of 20th century nightmare, (c) PH 1976"]
A-01-c-3/153 Letter to Mrs Burack   1 p. letter + 10 pp. (numb. 1-9 + list)
Letter to Mrs Burack (Writer's Inc.?) of 8 and 11 Sept. 1980 [1 p. double-sided], with enclosures: "CORRECTIONS FOR PLOTTING AND WRITING SUSPENSE FICTION", dd. 28 August 1980 + short list of Sept. 1980 (all carbons). Letter and "Corrections" have a few handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/153A Plotting and Writing. Preface   carbon, 2 pp.
Preface to book of same name. Dated "24 Sept. 1980".
A-01-c-3/154 Tom Ripley: Villeperce, France   Ts., 8 pp.
Probably false start for a Ripley novel. In handwriting PH: several corrections and "June? 1975". Address PH: Moncourt.
A-01-c-3/155 Rehearsal for Murder. Synopsis (film)   carbon, 31 pp. + 1 p. cast + t. p. + 2 pp. on cast/plot
Typed comment PH on t. p.: "(A synopsis for a film)". Also 2 typed pp. on cast and plot. One bears handwritten title PH: "Rehearsal for Murder", the other, the typed title: "REHEARSAL FOR DEATH". Some handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/155A Rehearsal for Murder   carbon, 31 pp. + 1 p. cast + t. p.
A few handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/156 The Summer of the Great Ball. Short story in the first person   carbon, 10 pp.
Under the pseud. Letitia Cupsick [pseud. "Loda Krapp" crossed out with typewriter]. Different version from 156A. A few handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/156A The Summer of the Great Ball   Ts., 8 pp.
Different version from 156. pp. 1-2 missing. A couple of handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/156B The Summer of the Great Ball   carbon of 156A, 10 pp.
No pp. missing. "Loda Krapp" not crossed out. Same handwritten corrections as 156A.
A-01-c-3/157 Something the Cat Dragged In. Short story   carbon, 21 pp. + t. p.
Some handwritten corrections. Address PH: Moncourt. [First published in Verdict of Thirteen, A Detection Club Anthology, Faber & Faber, London, 1979. Reprinted in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981]
A-01-c-3/158 The Second Cigarette. Short story   Ts., 19 pp. + t. p.
[Published as "La Deuxième Cigarette" in On ne peut compter sur personne, Calmann-Lévy, 1996. Published or bundled in English? Comment at end of 158A opens up that possibility]
A-01-c-3/158A The Second Cigarette   carbon, 20 pp. + t. p.
Original typed comment PH, on p. 20 "(This page eliminated on advice of Michel Block from MS sent to NY 3 July 1978)".
A-01-c-3/158B The Second Cigarette   carbon, 20 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-3/158C The Second Cigarette   photocopy, 19 pp. + t. p. pencil notes on verso of t. p.
 
A-01-c-3/159 Slowly, Slowly in the Wind. Short story   carbon?, 20 pp. + t. p.
A few handwritten corrections. [First published in EQMM, Nov. 1976. Reprinted in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979].
A-01-c-3/159A Slowly, Slowly in the Wind   print, 9 pp.
From EQMM, Nov. 1976, (c) 1976 PH, pp. 125-41.
A-01-c-3/160 A Story Without An End. Synopsis for a TV play?   Ts., 4 pp. + t. p.
Original subtitle (crossed out): "THE DUEL". What looks like alternate title (handwritten, and also crossed out): "A Game that Two Can Play". With many handwritten corrections. p. 2 is double-sided, pp. 3 and 4 have slips of paper glued onto them (typed changes). First p., top right: "Nov. 1974" (not in PH handwriting).
A-01-c-3/160A A Story Without An End   carbon, 5 pp. + t. p.
Clean copy of 160. Typed comment PH: "(one hour)". Address PH: Moncourt. Also typed address of agent Bradley, with phone no.: "ODE 7514".
A-01-c-3/161 The Stuff of Madness. Short story   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p.
With handwritten corrections. [First published - but cf. 161A - in English in Mermaids on the Golf Course, Heinemann, London, 1985.]
A-01-c-3/161A The Stuff of Madness   7 pp.
Preprint of Mermaids on the Golf Course. In handwriting PH on p. 134: "Harper & Queen - Sept. '85", London, pp. 134, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144, 146.
A-01-c-3/162 Sauce for the Goose   print, 6 pp.
Handwriting PH on p. 105: "EQMM - Anthology - Autumn - Winter '77". No copyright mark. pp. 105-116.
A-01-c-3/163 The Tale of Djemal   print, 7 pp.
Animal short story. From EQMM, n.d., (c) PH 1975, pp. 103-16.
A-01-c-3/164 Mlle. Tinky Hits Fleet Street   Ts. & carbon, 3 pp. + 3 pp. [size: A5]
[Comment AvP: "vergrössert"]
A-01-c-3/164A Letter from Tink [cat] to the Daily Telegraph, dd. 29 Jan. 1974. Humor   Ts. + 2 carbons, 3 pp. (all double sided)
Address PH: Moncourt.
A-01-c-3/165 Those Awful Dawns. Short story   galley proofs?, 18 pp.
For publication in [WINTER CRIMES 9 ?], n.p., [1977?], pp. 54-71. [Reprinted in Slowly, Slowly in the Wind, Heinemann, London, 1979. Slowly states that the story first appeared in WINTER CRIMES 9, with a PH (c) in 1977].
A-01-c-3/166 Untitled. Scenario in 2 pp. on The Tremor of Forgery   Ts., 2 pp. + 1 p. letter
In PH handwriting: "LOSEY. Bring Castlewood to Iran ["Tunisia" crossed out] at start". Handwritten corrections. The scenario is on the back of two business letters to PH: 1/from Golding Bates & Co, dd. 18/9/74, and 2/ from A.M. Heath & Co. Ltd., dd. 20/9/73. Also a 1 p. double-sided letter to Joe Losey, place: Moncourt, dd. 22 Sept. 1974 (carbon), on "The Tremor of Forgery Problem".
A-01-c-3/167 The Terrors of Basket-Weaving (carbon). Short story   carbon, 12 pp. + t. p.
[First published in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981]
A-01-c-3/168 A Try at Freedom. Essay   Ts., 8 pp. + t. p.
Some handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/169 Two Disagreeable Pigeons (carbon). Short story   carbon, 9 pp. + t. p.
A couple of handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/170 Around the Corner in Vienna... (carbon). Essay   carbon, 9 pp.
A couple of handwritten corrections. Address PH: Moncourt. [cf. 176]
A-01-c-3/170A Around the Corner in Vienna   dark photocopy, 9 pp.
 
A-01-c-3/171 Under a Dark Angel's Eye. Short story   carbon, 18 pp. + t. p.
A couple of handwritten corrections. [First published in The Black House, Heinemann, London, 1981]
A-01-c-3/172 Variations on a Game   dark photocopy, 19 pp. + t. p.
[cf. 103]
A-01-c-3/172A Variations on a Game   print, 8 pp.
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, pp. 22-35. In handwriting PH: "Hitchcock M. Mag. Feb. 1973".
A-01-c-3/172B Variations on a Game   photocopy of print, 14 pp.
[cf. 172A]
A-01-c-3/173 Woodrow Wilson's Neck-Tie. Short story   pp. 1-6: Ts.; pp. 7-19: carbon, 19 pp. + t. p.
Address: Moncourt. [cf. 106]
A-01-c-3/173A Woodrow Wilson's Neck-Tie   print, 8 pp.
From EQMM, New York, March 1972, pp. 146-60, (c) 1972 PH.
A-01-c-3/174 Who is Stealing the Chickens? Short story   Ts., 18 pp. (numb. 1-16 + p. 2A + p. 4A)
Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-3/175 Why I Left Home, and Why I Got Married Almost. Short story   pp. 1-2: Ts.; pp. 3-4: carbon, 4 pp.
Under pseud. Brenda Notcutt.
A-01-c-3/175A Why I Left Home, and Why I Got Married Almost   pp. 1-3: carbon; p. 4: Ts., 4 pp.
Under pseud. Brenda Notcutt.
A-01-c-3/176 Vienna Revisited. Essay (travel)   2 prints, 2 pp. + 2 pp.
pp. 4, 9, April 30-May 6, '77. On one print, in handwriting PH: "Radio Times April 30-May 6 '77". Also in handwriting PH, on p. 10 of same copy: "VIENNA Revisited". Different version from "Around the Corner in Vienna". Also second copy without any writing. [cf. 170]
A-01-c-3/177 Untitled. Short essay   carbon, 2 pp.
Short essay on The Idiot, The Conquest of New Spain and Domestic Manners of the Americans, written at the request of the Folio Society. Address PH: Moncourt. Typewritten note on p. 1: "(sent off 15 July 1974) to John Letts, Folio Society Ltd, 202 Gt. Suffolk Street, SE1".
A-01-c-3/178 Fensterblick. Essay   carbon, 4 pp.
(Probably written at the request of German magazine). Address PH: Moncourt.
A-01-c-3/179 How to Hunt Witches. Short story   carbon, 16 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-3/180 Jonathan Coleman's At Mother's Request: A True Story of Money, Murder and Betrayal. Book review   carbon, 5 pp. + 1 p.
Pencilled comment PH: "Sent 15 Jan. '86 to TLS'". Addess PH: 6671 Aurigeno. Tel. (93) 87-18-77. Also, print from Times Literary Supplement, London, Jan. 31, 1986, p. 121, under the title "Wasted in warehouse". On print, handwritten comment PH: "Mistake I made: Wm. [William] instead of Franklin! 12 Mar. '86".

A-01-c-4/181-237
"Short Stories 1983-88/Book Reviews"
From accordion folder "Short Stories 1983-88/Book Reviews"
Cote Title / Description Collation Further Info / Remarks
A-01-c-4/181 Paul Bowles in Tanger. Essay   carbon, 2 pp. + 2 printed pp.
Pencilled comments PH: "London Vogue 14/4/89 - Sent to Le Monde 19/9/88, published 4/11/88". Address PH: Aurigeno.Also, print from Le Monde, Nov. 4, 1988, pp. 17, 24, under the title "Croquis de Bowles à Tanger".
A-01-c-4/181A Paul Bowles in Tanger   3 photocopies, 2 pp. x 3
On 2 of them, PH pencilled: "published 4/11/88".
A-01-c-4/182 The Worst of Two Worlds. Short story   Ts., 16 pp.
Many handwritten corrections. New title in handwriting PH: "The Button". [cf. 122]
A-01-c-4/182A The Button   Ts., 17 pp. + t. p.
Clean copy of 182. A few handwritten corrections. In handwriting of Beatrice Gyssler, Diogenes, "1983" and "1984 französisch bei Calman-Levy [sic]". Pages with double perforation on left hand.
A-01-c-4/182B The Button   photocopy of 182A, 17 pp. + t. p.
Additional corrections on pp. 1, 3.
A-01-c-4/183 The Cruelest Month. Short story   Ts., carbon, 14 pp. + t. p.
(pp. 1-5, 7-14: Ts.; p. 6: carbon). With handwritten corrections. Also in handwriting of B. Gyssler (Diogenes) on t. p: "1983" and "1984 französisch bei Calmann-Lévy". Double perforation on left hand of p. [First published as "Cruelle correspondance" in Les Sirènes du Golf, Calmann-Lévy, 1984. Reprinted under the title "The Cruellest Month" in Mermaids on the Golf Course, Heinemann, London, 1985].
A-01-c-4/183A The Cruelest Month   carbon & Ts., 14 pp. + t. p.
(pp. 1-5, 7-14: carbon, p. 6: Ts.). Same handwritten corrections as 183.
A-01-c-4/183B The Cruelest Month   photocopy, 14 pp. + t. p.
On t. p., (photocopied) comment in unknown handwriting (Calmann-Lévy?): "Inédite. Reçu le 26.4.83".
A-01-c-4/184 Chris' Last Party. Short story   photocopy, 26 pp. + t. p.
With some original handwritten corrections. [cf. 129]
A-01-c-4/185 Foreword to Crime and Mystery: The 100 Best Books by H.R.F. Keating   carbon, 3 pp.
Address PH: Aurigeno.
A-01-c-4/186 Daddy's Girl, by Clifford Irving. Hodder and Stoughton. Book review   carbon, 4 pp.
A few handwritten corrections, and pencilled comment by PH on p. 1: "for TLS - 13/8/88". Address PH: Aurigeno.
A-01-c-4/187 Peter's Panic. Book review   print, 1 p.
Book review of Muriel Gardiner's The Deadly Innocents: Portraits of children who kill. From The Times Literary Supplement, London, Sept. 6, 1985, p. 967.
A-01-c-4/188 List of Twenty Things which I Like   carbon, 1 p.
Dated 12 March 1983. Typed comment PH (original): "Sent to Diogenes 14 March 1983".
A-01-c-4/189 List of Twenty Things that I Do Not Like   carbon, 1 p.
Dated 20 March 1983. Typed comment PH: "Sent to Diogenes".
A-01-c-4/190 Corrections for Ueber Highsmith, comments under photographs   carbon, 1 p.
Typed date (original): "12 March 1983".
A-01-c-4/191 A death next door. Short story   Ts., 29 pp. (numb. 1-24, + 4A + 8A + 18A + extra p. 14 + extra p. 15)
PH's typewriting: "a death next door". Many handwritten corrections by PH. Also, pencilled comment: "'81 or '82 - Bloomington, Ind.".
A-01-c-4/192 A Family Decision. Short story   Ts., 20 pp. + p. of notes
Title handwritten by PH]. Other handwritten comments PH, also on p. 1: "2nd draft" and "Jan. '87". Also, a p. including: notes on the story, a comment on Tom Ripley, and a list of expected cash income ("15 Oct onward"). All of this on the back of a business letter to PH from Diogenes, dd. 9/12/86, signed Marianne Liggenstorfer, re: Royal National Institute for the Blind and letter from Mr Oulman on Plotting.
A-01-c-4/192A A Family Decision   Ts., 20 pp. + t. p.
3rd draft. A couple of handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-4/192B A Family Decision   carbon of 192A, 20 pp. + t. p. + slip of paper
A couple of handwritten corrections. Also, slip of paper with handwritten comment PH: "finished 2 Jan. '87, for 15 Jan. '87 Winter's Crimes, Macmillan London".
A-01-c-4/192C A Family Decision   galley proofs [Macmillan?]), 11 pp.
pp. 33-53. Pencilled corrections and remark by PH: "2nd set to be kept by me - 25 May 1987".
A-01-c-4/193 FAST LANESby Jayne Anne Phillips. E.P. Dutton/Seymour Lawrence. Book review   carbon, 3 pp. + 1 p. print
A couple of handwritten corrections. Typed comment PH: "sent to A. Uhde 27/8/87 for Welt am Sonntag". Also, "Tramps und Träume" (print in A. Uhde translation). From Welt am Sonntag, no. 40, p. 60. In handwriting PH: "4/10/87".
A-01-c-4/194 Green-Wood: Listening to the Talking-Dead. Essay   Ts., 11 pp. (numb. 1-12, p. 5 missing) + t. p.
Many handwritten corrections. Address PH: Aurigeno. Typed comment PH: "(2nd draft of article sent 15/12/87 to NY Times World of NY magazine)". [I believe "2nd draft" refers not to 194, but to 194A, which would make 194 the first draft?]
A-01-c-4/194A Green-Wood: Listening to the Talking-Dead   carbon & Ts., 13 pp. + t. p.
(carbon, except for t. p., which is Ts.). Clean copy, incorporating changes of 194. A couple of extra handwritten changes.
A-01-c-4/194B Green-Wood: Listening to the Talking-Dead   photocopy of 194A, 13 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-4/195 Untitled. Essay   carbon, 3 pp.
A couple of handwritten corrections. Begins with: "So many books influence a writer in childhood,...". Address PH: Aurigeno. Handwritten comment PH: "for 'Good Books' London sent 6 Jan. '86 Braithwaite + Taylor".
A-01-c-4/196 The Handmaid's Taleby Margaret Atwood. Book review   carbon, 3 pp.
Address PH: "Aurigeno". Typed comment PH: "Sent to Le Monde, Josyane Savigneau, 18 Sept. 1987".
A-01-c-4/197 Interview: Patricia Highsmith   print, 2 pp. (pp. 89-92)
Handwriting PH on p. 89: "EQMM August. '83". [cf. 136]
A-01-c-4/198 Untitled. Testimony   carbon, 3 pp.
Begins with "I Forgot when and where I met Julian Jebb...". One handwritten correction. Address PH: Aurigeno. Pencilled comment PH: "sent 16/7/88 to Tristram Powell".
A-01-c-4/199 The Kill. Short story   Ts., 16 pp. (numb. 1-15 + p. 9A) + slip of paper
With many handwritten corrections. Typed comment PH, on slip of paper: "July 1983. I don't care for this story; another version of Not One of Us. If I redo it, it would be to make John into a minor Christ, a source of pride, shame, embarrassment, amusement to his family who spiritually cannot measure up; who secretely envy him; who enjoy a word of praise from their neighbors about him; who sometimes wish him dead" [date of note, not of story]. Typed comment is on back of (bottom half) of business letter from Diogenes, signed Marianne Liggenstorfer, containing info on no. of copies, royalties, etc.
A-01-c-4/200 La Longue marche de Luigi le damné. Short story   print, 4 pp. x 2
From Le Nouvel Observateur, Paris, July 29-Aug. 4, 1988, pp. 12-17. (c) PH and Le Nouvel Observateur, 1988. 2 full copies. [cf. 206]
A-01-c-4/201 The Legless A. Short story   carbon, 6 pp. + t. p. + 1 p. letter?
A few handwritten corrections. Address PH: Aurigeno. Also, photocopy of letter from Omni Publications International Ltd., New York, dd. 27.7.1987, from Ellen Datlow, with suggestions for corrections; PH's answers are typed below.
A-01-c-4/201A The Legless A   photocopy, 6 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-4/201B The Legless A   photocopy, 6 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-4/201C The Legless A   print, 2 pp.
From Omni, pp. 50, 52. Handwriting PH on p. 50: "'Horror' OMNI - April 1988".
A-01-c-4/202 Katzen. Book review   carbon, 3 pp.
Katzenby Jenn-Luis Hue. Marion Schroeder Verlag (in German translation by Andrea Springler). Handwritten comment PH: "to Anne Uhde 13 Jan. '84 for Welt am Sonntag".
A-01-c-4/203 The Lust to Kill: A Feminist Investigation of Sexual Murderby Deborah Cameron and Elizabeth Fraser. Polity Press. Book Review   carbon, 4 pp.
Address PH: Aurigeno. A few handwritten corrections. Many blue ink spots on pp. Typed comment PH, bottom of p. 4: "Publication date 17 Sept. 1987" [seems to refer to publication date of book, not review].
A-01-c-4/204 Spain   Ts., 5 pp. + 1/2 p. of notes
Reading. Held in Sala Palau de Vidre, Camps Elisis de Lleida, 26 April 1987. Early version of "Lleida Address". Pencilled by PH on p. 1: "Estudi General de Lerida", "26 April '87", "U. of Barcelona". Also, three times the name "Lleida". Handwritten corrections, and pink highlighting of certain phrases. Also includes a draft of the continuation, typed on the back of a letter from Calmann-Lévy, signed Thérèse Scaroni, dd. 21/4/87, re: contract for Catastrophes.
A-01-c-4/204A Lleida Address   photocopy, 14 pp.
Clean copy and expansion of 204. Reading, but also transcription of the questions from the public, and answers by PH. Handwriting PH on p. 1: "Lleida Address".
A-01-c-4/205 Letters to Sandy. Short story   Ts., 12 pp. (numb. 1-11, 2 x p. 10)
With handwritten corrections. Handwritten comment PH on p. 1: "Unfinished. June 1983"
A-01-c-4/206 A Long Walk from Hell [in handwriting PH, p. 1]. Short story   Ts., 15 pp. + 1 "inset" p. 2
With many handwritten corrections. [First published as "La Longue marche de Luigi le damné" in Le Nouvel Observateur, Paris, 29 July-4 Aug. 1988. Reprinted as "La Longue Marche hors de l'enfer" in On ne peut compter sur personne, Calmann-Lévy, 1996. Printed or bundled in English?][cf. 200].
A-01-c-4/207 My Favorite Writer(s). Essay   carbon, 5 pp.
Address PH: Aurigeno. Typed comment PH on p. 1: "Sent to Konkret Sonderhefte, Hamburg 20 July 1987".
A-01-c-4/208 Gudrun Mueller. Essay (art)   Ts., 3 pp.
Reading. With handwritten corrections. Handwriting PH, p. 1: "31/3/88 AAA Ascona".
A-01-c-4/208A Gudrun Mueller   2 pp.
German translation of 208. Wordprocessed (so, not a PH Ts.). A couple of handwritten corrections (by PH?).
A-01-c-4/209 Mermaids on the Golf Course. Short story   Ts., 11 pp. + t. p.
A couple of handwritten corrections. Typed comment on t. p.: "1983 (1984 französisch bei Calmann-Levy)". Pages with double perforation (except for t. p.). [cf. 144]
A-01-c-4/209A Mermaids on the Golf Course   photocopy, 11 pp. + t. p. + 1 p. press cutting
Also Herald Tribune article of Sept. 29-30, 1984, p. 3, "Reagan's Injured Press Aide Longs for More Than a Title". In handwriting PH on article: "J. S. BRADY".
A-01-c-4/210 Tales of Natural and Unnatural Catastrophes. 1. The Mysterious Cemetery. Short story   Ts., 9 pp. + t. p.
A few handwritten corrections. Pages with double perforation.
A-01-c-4/211 The Name of the Train. Essay (travel)   Ts., 23 pp. (numb. 1-21, 3A, 9A, unnum-bered p. inserted between pp. 13 and 14, no p. 18)
Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-4/211A The Name of the Train   carbon, 26 pp. (numb. 1-22, 17A, 18A, 18B, 18C).
Clean copy of 211. Address PH: Aurigeno.
A-01-c-4/211B Orientexpress   print, 7 pp.
pp. 104-17. (c) 1985, PH. Handwritten on p. 104: "Grüssen v. John [?]", "VIEW- Feb. 1985 W. Berlin" [all in handwriting PH?].
A-01-c-4/212 New York Times Magazinearticle by Joan Dupont. 27 April 1988 uncut version   photocopy of a print , 7 pp. + 1 p. letter + cover p.
Not article itself, but a photocopy of a print by some electronic device (e-mail? telex?), dd. 4/27/88, time 17:03; "pro: gerry walker, magazine. ex: joan dupont, paris." At top of print, photocopied comment: "Phyllis - FYI" ["For Your Eyes"], signed "J" [?]. Also 1 p. double-sided letter from Joan Dupont, to PH, dd. June 13, 1988, and cover p. which seems to have been typed by PH.
A-01-c-4/212A Photocopy of same print as in 212   photocopy of same print as in 212, 7 pp.

A-01-c-4/213 Fear and Trembling   print, 2 pp.
New Yorker, Jan. 4, 1988, pp. 74-6. Article by Terrence Rafferty on PH. [cf. 252]
A-01-c-4/214 No End in Sight   Ts., 18 pp. (numb. 1-17 + 8A)
Short story. Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "first draft. Sept - Oct. '86?". Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-4/215 Tales of the Orient Express. Essay (travel)   double-sided photocopy of print, 1 p.
By Millie Peters (pseud. of PH? Probably not). pp. 62, 64. In ....?, n.p., n.d. [cf. 216. same source]
A-01-c-4/216 History: The First 100 Years   double-sided photocopy of print, 2 pp.
Essay (travel). By Shirley Sherwood (pseud. of PH? Probably not). pp. 3-6. In ....?, n.p., n.d. [cf. 215. same source]
A-01-c-4/217 Old Folks at Home. Short story   photocopy, 23 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-4/217A Old Folks at Home. Short story   photocopy, 23 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-4/218 Revisions for THE PRICE OF SALT by Claire Morgan   carbon, Revisions: 1 p. Afterword: 4 pp.
Dated: 25 Oct. 1983. Also "Afterword". On p. 1 of this, handwritten comment PH: "Sent 14 Oct. 1989 for USA Naiad edition of P. of Salt". A few handwritten corrections on p. 3.
A-01-c-4/219 Foreword (for Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction)   Ts., 3 pp.
Dated "April 1988" at end of text.
A-01-c-4/219A Foreword (for Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction)   carbon, 3 pp.
Dated "April 1988" at end of text. Pencilled by PH on p. 1: "April '88".
A-01-c-4/220 Preface   carbon, 5 pp.
[Also for Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction]. Handwriting PH on p. 1: "Sent to Calmann-Levy 10 June 1986". Address PH: Aurigeno.
A-01-c-4/221 [Questionnaire F. A.] [Frankfurter Allgemeine]   carbon, 1 p. quest. + 1 p. answ. + 2 pp. info + 1 p. letter
[Handwritten on rear of one of the info. pp. by PH: "Questionnaire F. A."]. A p. of questions (37) mailed to PH on Feb. 29, 1985, together with cover letter by Dr. Volker Hage, and 2 pp. of info. on "literary questionnaires", focusing particularly on Marcel Proust. PH's p. of answers.
A-01-c-4/222 Jack the Ripper. Book reviews   Ts., 7 pp. (numb. 1-6 + p. 5A)
Handwriting PH on p. 1: "2nd draft - TLS 29/11/87" Many handwritten corrections
A-01-c-4/222A TLSRipper Dec. '88. Book review of various novels on Jack the Ripper   photocopy of galley proofs, 1 p.
[Handwriting PH on rear of p.]. Handwriting PH at top of p.: "Arr'd 9 Dec pm like the first!" and "Alan Hollinghurst".
A-01-c-4/223 The Romantic. Short story   Ts., 12 pp. + t. p.
Pencilled comments on t. p., by B. Gyssler (Diogenes): "1983" and "1984 französisch bei Calman-Levy [sic]". A few handwritten corrections. Pages with double perforation.
A-01-c-4/223A The Romantic   photocopy, 12 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-4/223B The Romantic   photocopy, 12 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-4/223C The Romantic   print, 4 pp. (pp. 173, 175-79)
(c) 1983, PH. Handwriting PH on p. 173: "Cosmopolitan London Sept '83".
A-01-c-4/223D The Romantic   Ts., 12 pp. (orginal + photocopy in US Letter format)
With handwritten corrections by PH. Copy: Skattebol Donation. On 1st p. emended (first?) title: "Love is in the Head".
A-01-c-4/224 Filatures. Essay   photocopy of print, 3 pp.
Libération, 3 Mars 1988, Section Livres, pp. I, II, III. Handwriting PH on rear of p. III: "SIMENON La Liberation [sic] 3/3/88".
A-01-c-4/225 The Stuff of Madness. Short story   print, 7 pp.
pp. 134, 136, 138, 140, 142, 144, 146. Handwriting PH on p. 134: "Harpers & Queen Sept (?) '85".
A-01-c-4/225A The Stuff of Madness   print, 5 pp.
Harper's BazaarAustralia, March 1986, pp. 92-5, 164-5. (c) 1985, PH. Handwriting PH on p. 92: "Harper's Bazaar Australia March 1986".
A-01-c-4/226 SUSPECT. Short story   Ts., 14 pp.
In handwriting PH on p. 1: "10/2/88". Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-4/226A Suspect   carbon, 15 pp. + t. p.
Clean copy of 226. A couple of handwritten corrections. Also, a spot of blue ink on p. 5.
A-01-c-4/226B Suspect   photocopy, 15 pp. + t. p. (x 2, 1 in US Letter format)
Copy in US Letter format: Skattebol Donation.
A-01-c-4/226C Suspect   print, 3 pp.
Male & Femail, [in handwriting PH on p. 53: "Sunday Mag. of Daily Mail. Dec. '88"] pp. 53, 55-6, 58.
A-01-c-4/227 A Shot From Nowhere. Short story   Ts., 23 pp. + t. p.
Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-4/227A A Shot From Nowhere   photocopy, 17 pp. + t. p.
On t. p., photocopied handwritten comment by unknown hand: "Reçu le 6-10.83 (inédit)".
A-01-c-4/228 Some Remarks on the State of American   photocopy, 12 pp. + t. p.
Address PH: Aurigeno.
A-01-c-4/229 Miss Maigret. Book review   photocopy of print, 1 p.
Book review by PH of Intimate Memoirs, including ' Marie-Jo's Book', by Georges Simenon. TLS? Photocopied date in handwriting PH: "17/10/84.
A-01-c-4/230 Tengis--- Tingis--- Tangier [and in handwriting PH: TANJAH"]". Essay (travel)   Ts., 12 pp.
Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-4/230A Tingis, Tanjah, Tangier, Tanger-- A Week among the Residents   photocopy, except for t. p., which is original Ts., 14 pp. (numb. 1-13, 3A).
Address PH: Tegna, tel: (093) 81-29-51.
A-01-c-4/231 Auf der Suche nach van Goghs Ohr. Essay (art)   print, 2 pp.
In Libretto, 0 Nummer, 1. Jahrgang, Mai 1990, Fr. 12.-, DM 14,-. pp. 4-5.
A-01-c-4/232 What Is the Night?. Essay   carbon, 11 pp. + t. p.
Pencilled comment PH on t. p.: "for Brigitta [= Brigitte] Hamburg July 1988 rejected". Blue ink spots on pp. 3 + 9. One handwritten correction p. 11.
A-01-c-4/233 Why I Write. Essay   carbon, 3 pp.
Typed comment on p. 1: "Sent to Liberation, Paris, 22 Feb. 1985".
A-01-c-4/233A Patricia Highsmith   print, 1 p.
Libération, pp. 53-4. In handwriting PH: "Liberation, Paris, March 1985" and "Why Do you Write?".
A-01-c-4/234 Where the Action Is. Short story   photocopy, 14 pp. + t. p.
Photocopied handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-4/234A Tout pour l'action   print, 5 pp.
L'Express, 14-20 Janvier 1983, pp. 98-100, 102-06. (c) 1983, L'Express and PH. On p. 98, in handwriting PH: "'Where the Action Is' L'Express 21 Jan. 1983". Translation: Elizabeth Gille
A-01-c-4/235 A Word About Edith. Essay   carbon, 3 pp.
In handwriting PH on p. 1: "Sent to Christa Maerker 6 July 1983 for Geissendörfer".
A-01-c-4/236 Without Conscience. Charles Manson in his own words as told to Nuel Emmons. Grafton Books. Book review   carbon, 5 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "Sent TLS27/5/87". A few handwritten corrections. Address PH: Aurigeno.
A-01-c-4/236A A Californian Nightmare   print, 1 p.
Times Literary Supplement, June 12, 1987, p. 632.
A-01-c-4/237 Untergetaucht Im Tessiner Winter. Essay (travel)   print, 2 pp. (10 copies)
pp. 83-6, n.d., n.p. Merian?

A-01-c-5/238-299
"Stories - Articles 1989"
From accordion folder "Short Articles 1989"
Cote Title / Description Collation Further Info / Remarks
A-01-c-5/238 Blood and Waterby Patrick McGrath. Penguin. Book review   Ts., 4 pp.
In handwriting PH on p.1: "8/9/89". Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/238A BLOOD AND WATER and Other Talesby Patrick McGrath   carbon, 3 pp.
Clean copy of 238. Handwritten comment PH on p. 1: "Sent to A. Uhde for Welt am Sontag [= Welt am Sonntag] 8/9/89". One handwritten correction.
A-01-c-5/239 On Boundaries. Essay (travel)   Ts., 2 pp.
Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/239A On Boundaries   carbon, 3 pp.
Clean copy of 239 (expanded). Address PH: Tegna. Pencilled comment on p. 1: "sent to Front page [= Frontpage] Swissair Zurich 7/9/90". One handwritten correction.
A-01-c-5/239B On Boundaries   photocopy, 5 pp. (numb. 1-4, 2 x p. 3)
Handwritten (original) comment PH on p. 1: "for Front page [= Frontpage] (Swissair) sept. 1990 - Viviane Egli, Editor". The 3 first pp. are a photocopy of 239A, with corrections in red by unidentified hand. The second p. 3, and p. 4, seem to be additional text, with photocopied handwritten corrections by PH, and original corrections in red.
A-01-c-5/239C On Boundaries   wordprocessed, 3 pp.
Typed comment on p. 1: "Sent to Frontpage (magazine of Swissair) 1 Uetlibergstr. 132, 8045 Zuerich (Editor Viviane Egli) Sept. 1990". This version is wordprocessed.
A-01-c-5/239D On Boundaries: The Swiss Example   print, 2 pp.
Probably from Frontpage, pp. 40-1, n.d.
A-01-c-5/240 Untitled. Testimonial [on death of Paul Bowles?]   carbon, 3 pp.
Typed date: Dec. 8, 1990. Pencilled comment PH: "8/12/90 Sent to G. Pulsifer Peter Owen". Address PH: Tegna. Original signature PH in black ink.
A-01-c-5/241 Block, Failure, and Depression   print, 2 pp.
The WRITER, October 1967, pp. 23-6. The article is accompanied by a UK Post-It note, with the handwritten comment PH: "1967 found by accident 12 Aug. '92".
A-01-c-5/242 Bad, Indifferent or Abysmal Sex. Essay   5 pp. + t. p.
Pencilled comment PH on t. p.: "Sent to Serpent's Tail, J. Hoyland London. 11/3/93 (they wanted a story)". Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/243 Some Remarks on Paul Cezanne. Essay (art)   Ts., 5 pp. (numb. 1-4, 2 x p.1)
(Ts.: pp. 1-4, carbon: second p. 1 [clean copy of first]). Handwritten comments PH on carbon: "Article sent to DU- in early May '89" and "retyped page". The Ts. contains many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/243A Some Remarks on Paul Cezanne   photocopy, 4 pp.
Clean copy of the Ts. in 243 (the carbon of 243 + 3 other pp.).
A-01-c-5/243B Some Remarks on Paul Cezanne   4 pp.
Same as 243A.
A-01-c-5/243C Some Remarks on Paul Cezanne   4 pp.
Same as 243B.
A-01-c-5/244 Typhoonby Joseph Conrad along with The Tiger on the Narcissus and Other Stories. Book review   carbon, 2 pp.
Pencilled comment PH: "sent 7/2/90". Address PH: Tegna. Also, a letter from Paula Johnson, Literary Editor of The Mail on Sunday, London, dd. 25 Jan. 1990. At bottom of letter, handwritten comment PH: "Typhoon".
A-01-c-5/245 A Day in the Life of a Tester. Short story   Ts., 20 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-5/245A A Day in the Life of a Tester   carbon, 20 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-5/245B A Day in the Life of a Tester   photocopy, 20 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-5/246 The Devil's Modeby Anthony Burgess, Random House. Book review   carbon, 5 pp. + 1 p. letter
Also, a carbon of a letter from PH to Jack Miles, Book Editor of the Los Angeles Times, dd. 7 Nov. 1989, Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/247 The Dead Girl: A True Story, by Melanie Thernstrom, Kyle Cathie Limited. Book review   carbon, 4 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "Sent to TLS 24/3/91".
A-01-c-5/248 The Shrine of Jeffrey Dahmerby Brian Masters. Hodder & Stoughton. Book review   carbon, 7 pp.
Address PH: Tegna. [cf. 249]
A-01-c-5/249 Untitled. Book review of "Dr Joel Norris' paperback on Jeffrey Dahmer"   carbon, 2 pp.
Address PH: Tegna. [cf. 248]
A-01-c-5/250 Foreword. For T.V. series (French-British-U.S. coproduction) "Les Cadavres Exquis de Patricia Highsmith"   photocopy, 3 pp.
Vamp Production, France, 1989. Title of series in English: "Mistress of Suspense". Dated at end of p. 3: "August 1989". A few handwritten corrections (original).
A-01-c-5/250A Foreword. For T.V. series (French-British-U.S. coproduction) "Les Cadavres Exquis de Patricia Highsmith"   photocopy, 3 pp.
Vamp Production, France, 1989. Title of series in English: "Mistress of Suspense". Dated at end of p. 3: "August 1989". A few handwritten corrections (original).
A-01-c-5/251 Untitled. Testimonial upon the death of Max Frisch (commissionned work)   carbon, 1 p.
Pencilled comment PH on top of p.: "Sent to DU 6/9/91 Dieter Bachmann". Address PH: Tegna. One handwritten correction.
A-01-c-5/252 Fear and Trembling. New Yorker, Jan. 4, 1988. Article by Terrence Rafferty on PH   print, 2 pp. (pp. 74-76)
In handwriting PH at top of p. 74: "4 Jan. '88". [cf. 213]
A-01-c-5/253 Untitled. Testimonial upon the death of Graham Greene   Ts., 3 pp. + fax confirma-tion
Pencilled comment PH at top of p. 1: "zür. Sent to die Weltwoche 5/4/91". A couple of handwritten corrections. Address PH: Tegna. Also, slip confirming the transmission of the fax.
A-01-c-5/253A Untitled. Testimonial upon the death of Graham Greene   carbon, 3 pp.
Pencilled comment PH at top of p. 1: "for Die Weltwoche zür 5/4/91". A couple of handwritten corrections. Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/254 Green-Wood: Wo die Toten erzählen   print, 5 pp.
From Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung [Magazine?], pp. 50-52, + [54, 56, 58? no p. numb.] German translation of Green-Wood: Listening to the Talking Dead. In handwriting PH on p. 50: "FAZ - 7/5/93".
A-01-c-5/255 Giving the Devil his Dueby Michael Shelden, Heinemann. Book review of biography on Graham Greene   print, 1 p.
In ......?, p. 38. In handwriting PH: "OCT. '94".
A-01-c-5/256 The Hothouseby the East River by Muriel Spark, Macmillan. Book review   carbon, 4 pp.
A couple of handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/257 The Important Game of Chicken. Essay   Ts., 7 pp. + t. p. + 1 p. letter
Date pencilled by PH on t. p.: "Nov. 89". Some handwritten corrections. Also, the letter from James L. Harmon dd. Oct. 17, 1989, asking for PH's contribution to Take my Advice. On letter, a couple of handwritten notes by PH.
A-01-c-5/257A The Important Game of Chicken   photocopy, 7 pp. + t. p.
Pencilled comments on t. p. (by PH): "To Jas. L. Harmon, P.O. Box 25, Banks, OR 97106", and "Nov. '89". A couple of original handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/257B The Important Game of Chicken   photocopy, 7 pp. + t. p.
On t. p., photocopied date (barely visible): "Nov. '89".
A-01-c-5/257C The Important Game of Chicken   photocopy, 7 pp. + t. p.
On t. p., photocopied date (barely visible): "Nov. '89".
A-01-c-5/257D The Important Game of Chicken   photocopy, 7 pp. + t. p.
On t. p., photocopied date (barely visible): "Nov. '89".
A-01-c-5/258 P.M. Yitzhak Shamir. Imaginary interview   photocopy, 11 pp.
A couple of handwritten (original) corrections and many typed ones.
A-01-c-5/259 Introducing Tom Ripley. Reading   Ts., 12 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment on t. p.: "Read at Harbourfront Readings, Toronto. Sun. Oct. 18; and in New York (Rizzoli, SoHo) 8 Oct. 1992 for A.A. Knopf publication of 'Ripley under Water'". Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/260 Un lungo cammino dall'inferno. Short story   print, 1 double p.
In Quotidiano, 25 March 1989, pp. 15-8. Italian translation of "A Long Walk from Hell".
A-01-c-5/261 Leisure: How the Swiss Spend Theirs?. Essay (travel)   Ts., 3 pp.
Pencilled comments on p. 1: "Chriesistr. 2, Riedsort, Weggis 6353", "13/12/89", and "Kiefer-Dicks" [?]. Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/261A Leisure Time: How Do the Swiss Spend Theirs?   carbon, 4 pp.
clean copy of 261. A couple of handwritten corrections. Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/262 Lady of the Beastsby Buffie Johnson. Harper & Row. Book review   carbon, 2 pp. + 1 p. note
Pencilled comment PH on t. p.: "Sent to Le Monde 17/1/89". A couple of handwritten corrections. Address PH: Tegna. Also an accompanying note, dd. 23 May 1989, without specific addressee.
A-01-c-5/263 Le A sans jambage. Short story. French translation (Jean Rosenthal) of "The Legless A"   photocopy of wordprocessed text, 10 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment PH on t. p.: "(sent me by Vogue, Colombe Pringle, 5 March 1991)". Some corrections in blue ink by unidentified hand.
A-01-c-5/263A Le A sans jambage   print, 2 pp.
pp. 164-5. In handwriting PH on p. 164: "April 1991 Vogue Paris" and "The Legless A".
A-01-c-5/264 Loving Garboby Hugo Vickers. Jonathan Cape. Book review   Ts., 11 pp. (numb. 1-10 + 6A)
On p. 1, pencilled comment PH: "Faxed to TLS 9/5/94". Handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/265 Moving House. Essay   carbon, 3 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "sent to Die Welt 21/12/88". A couple of handwritten corrections. Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/265A Und der Siam-Kater heult dazu   print, 2 press cuttings (whole) and 1 in two pieces (min. photo).
Die Welt, Nr. 6, 7 Jan. 1989, p. ...? In German translation by Wolfhart Draeger. 3 copies, one without photo.
A-01-c-5/266 My Life with Greta Garbo. Essay   carbon, 8 pp. + t. p.
Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/267 The Man Who Wasn't Maigret. A Portrait of Georges Simenonby Patrick Marnham. Bloomsbury. Book review   photocopy, 16 pp.
Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/267A The Man Who Wasn't Maigret. A Portrait of Georges Simenonby Patrick Marnham. Bloomsbury. Book review   photocopy, 16 pp.
Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/267B Desperate connections. The hectic, tormented Simenon. Book review   print, 1 p. (pp. 3-4)
Times Literary Supplement, April 17, 1992". In handwriting PH: "April 17 - 1992.
A-01-c-5/268 Midnight in the Garden of Goodand Evil by John Berendt. Chatto & Windus. Book review   Ts., 6 pp. + t. p.
Comments PH on p. 1, in pencil: "Sun. Times London Aug. '94"; in pen: "6 pages". Handwritten and typed corrections. Address PH: Tegna. Tel: (093) 81-29-51, Fax: (093) 81-28-45. Also, a p. of handwritten notes on book, on rear of letter from The Sunday Times, Harry Ritchie (Literary Editor), dd. 22 July 1994, confirming order for reviewing the book [?].
A-01-c-5/269 Alain Oulman. Testimonial upon death of Alain Oulman   Ts., 2 pp.
Typed date on p. 1: "6 April 1990 (for The Guardian)".
A-01-c-5/269A Alain Oulman   Ts., 2 pp.
Clean copy of 269. Handwritten date on p. 1: "6/4/90".
A-01-c-5/270 Foreword   carbon, 3 pp.
Typed comment p. 1: "(for Librairie A. Hatier's "New York Stories"). Pencilled comment p. 1: "sent 12/6/90".
A-01-c-5/271 On Being One's Self. Essay   carbon, 5 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "2/4/92 Sent to Clare Boylan, Ireland for Writers' Workshop (Penguin)". A few handwritten corrections. Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/272 The Newall Murdersby Anthony Masters and Philip Falle. Constable. Book review   carbon & photocopy, 5 pp.
(pp. 1, 3-5: carbon; p. 2: photocopy). Address PH: Tegna. Handwriting PH on p. 1: "Nov. '94 to TLS". One handwritten correction p. 1.
A-01-c-5/273 A Question of Evidence: Who Killed the Babes in the Wood?by Christopher Berry-Dee with Robin Odell. W.H. Allen. Book review   carbon, 5 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "sent to TLS 13/9/91". Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/274 Peace in the Middle East. Essay   carbon, 5 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "30/8/92 to Madrid for Oct. '92 conference". Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/274A Peace in the Middle East   photocopy, 5 pp.
[Without comment of 274]
A-01-c-5/274B Peace in the Middle East   photocopy, 5 pp.
[Without comment of 274]
A-01-c-5/275 Pleasures of the Wandering Mind. Essay   Ts., 3 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "Sent Die Welt 26/4/89". With many handwritten comments
A-01-c-5/275A Pleasures of the Wandering Mind   carbon, 3 pp.
Pencilled comment PH (original) on p. 1: "Sent Die Welt26/4/89". Clean copy of 275.
A-01-c-5/275B Wenn Austern quieken   print, 1 p. x 3
File contains 3 prints: 1/ handwritten date PH: "10/6/89"; 2/ in black felt tip (by unknown hand): "DIE WELT, 10.6.89", and in blue pen: "Love, Sascha"; 3/ as is. German translation of 275A by Anne Uhde.
A-01-c-5/276 Revisions for THE PRICE OF SALT by Claire Morgan   carbon + photocopy, 1 p. x 2
Typed date: "25 Oct. 1983".
A-01-c-5/277 PREFACE. For The Price of Salt   Ts., 4 pp.
Handwriting PH on p. 1: "May '89". Many handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/277A The Price of Salt. Preface (or Foreword)   Ts., 4 pp.
Clean copy of 277. Typed date at end: "24 May 1989". One handwritten correction
A-01-c-5/277B The Price of Salt. Preface (or Foreword)   carbon of 277A, 4 pp.
Same handwritten correction as in 277A. Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "Sent to Diogenes 24 May '89".
A-01-c-5/277C The Price of Salt. Preface (or Foreword)   photocopy of 277A, 4 pp.
 
A-01-c-5/277D The Price of Salt. Preface (or Foreword)   photocopy of 277A, 4 pp.
 
A-01-c-5/278 The Remains of the Dayby Kazuo Ishiguro. Alfred A. Knopf. Book review   carbon, 7 pp.
One handwritten correction.
A-01-c-5/278A The Remains of the Dayby Kazuo Ishiguro. Alfred A. Knopf   photocopy of 278, 7 pp.
 
A-01-c-5/279 A Safety in Numbers. Short story   Ts., 17 pp. + t. p.
A couple of handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/279A A Safety in Numbers   carbon, 17 pp. + t. p.
A couple of handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/280 Scene of the Crime. Essay   print, 1 t. p. + 1 double p.
Granta. Pencilled comments PH on printed t. p.: "best version" and "21/4/89". pp. 175-77 + double-sided t. p., with photo on reverse.
A-01-c-5/280A Scene of the Crime   print, 6 t. p. + 5 double sided pp.
5 full sets + 1 extra t. p.
A-01-c-5/281 Georges Simenon. Testimonial upon the death of the Simenon   Ts., 2 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "for Der Stern 7 Sept '89". Handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/281A Georges Simenon   Ts., 2 pp.
Clean copy of 281 with further handwritten corrections. Pencilled comment PH on top of p. 1: "for Der Stern sept. '89". Top left, address of Diogenes Verlag, in Zuerich.
A-01-c-5/281B Georges Simenon   photocopy, 2 pp.
[Probably of carbon of 281A]
A-01-c-5/282 The Red and Blue Air Mattress. Short story   carbon, 9 pp. + t. p.
Typed comment on cover: "(alternative title: Summer Doldrums)". Address PH: Tegna. Page numb. corrected by hand (PH).
A-01-c-5/282A The Red and Blue Air Mattress   photocopy of 282, 9 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-5/282B The Red and Blue Air Mattress   photocopy of 282, 9 pp. + t. p.
 
A-01-c-5/282C Summer Doldrums   print, 3 pp. (pp. 110-13)
Handwritten comment PH on p. 110: "Gentlemen's Quarterly March '94 SUMMER DOLDRUMS".
A-01-c-5/283 Shot in the Heart by Mikal Gilmore. Viking   carbon, 5 pp.
Handwritten comment PH on p. 1: "Sent to TLS 20/5/94". Some blue ink spots on pp. 4 and 5. Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/284 Some Christmases -- Mine or Anybody's. Essay   Ts., 10 pp.
Some handwritten corrections. Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/284A Some Christmases -- Mine or Anybody's   photocopy, 10 pp.
Probably photocopy of carbon of 284. On p. 1, handwritten (photocopied) comment: "Sent to Granta 23/3/90".
A-01-c-5/284B Some Christmases-- Mine or Anybody's   photocopy, 10 pp.
Probably photocopy of carbon of 284. On p. 1, handwritten (photocopied) comment: "Sent to Granta 23/3/90".
A-01-c-5/284C Impressions de Noel   print, 3 pp. (pp. 42 [?], 44, 46)
In Handwriting PH on first p.: "Figaro Madame - Dec. 1991 Paris". Translation from English: Anouk Neuhoff.
A-01-c-5/285 Untitled. Testimonial for Julian Symons' 80th birthday   carbon, 1 p.
Typed comment PH: "sent to P. Craig, 2 Cresswell Park, Blackheath, SE 3 9RD". Typed date: "8 July 1991". Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/286 Sundogby Jim Harrison. Washington Square Press. Book review   carbon, 3 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "Sent for Welt/Sonntag [= Welt am Sonntag] 2/9/91".
A-01-c-5/287 Untitled. Essay (travel). First line: "How I perceive Switzerland?"   print, 1 p. x 2
In CS bulletin, p. 29. Handwritten date on p. 29: "Sept. 1990". 2 identical prints.
A-01-c-5/288 Der Schwarze Hut. Neu Entdeckte Stories von Dashiell Hammett. Hoffmann und Campe. Book review   carbon, 4 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "Sent to A. Uhde for Welt - Sontag [= Welt am Sonntag] 28/3/90". A couple of handwritten corrections.
A-01-c-5/289 Simenon: A Critical Biographyby Stanley G. Eskin. McFarland & Company. Book review   carbon, 6 pp.
Pencilled comments PH on p. 1: "3/9/89" and "Sent to A. Uhde for Die Welt Bonn".
A-01-c-5/290 The Phenomenon of O.J. Simpson. Essay   Ts.?, 5 pp. + t. p. + 1 p. note
Address PH: Tegna (also Tel and Fax numbers). A few handwritten corrections. Also includes a note "Attention of Jeffrey Frank".
A-01-c-5/290A The Mystery in the Juice   print, 2 pp. x 3
The Washington Post(Outlook section), 26 June 1994, C1 and C4. 3 identical prints, one with (in handwriting PH): "Wash. Post Outlook 26/6/94".
A-01-c-5/290B Das Phänomen O. J. Simpson   print + photocopy of print, 2 pp. + 4 pp.
Der Spiegel, 27/94, pp. 148-50 [print incomplete; p. 151 missing]. (c) 1994 PH & Diogenes Verlag AG. In unidentified handwriting, bottom of p. 148: "Hamburg 4.7.94". Also, photocopy of same, pp. 148-51.
A-01-c-5/291 Untitled. Book reviews   carbon, 2 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "12/11/92 TLS". Address PH: Tegna. [Re: Patrick Marnham's The Man Who Wasn't Maigret and Stephen Citron's Noel & Cole: The Sophisticates.
A-01-c-5/292 Of Time and the Country Life. Essay   carbon, 3 pp.
Pencilled comment PH: "Sent to Die Welt Feb. '89".
A-01-c-5/292A Ach, du liebe freie Zeit!   print, 1 p.
Probably from Die Welt, p. ...?. German translation by Anne Uhde. Handwritten date PH: "25/2/89".
A-01-c-5/293 Vincent. Essay   Ts., 4 pp. + 1 p. notes
Pencilled comment PH: "Sent to S. Draeger Zurich 12/3/90 for Topic". Many handwritten corrections. Also, a page of biographical notes on Van Gogh, on the rear of a letter to PH from Thomas Valentin, Métropole télévision, Paris, dd. 21 Dec. 1989. Typed note PH: "Answered 25 Jan. with thanks for the umbrella; ad [sic] acknowledgement from A. O. that something may be happening in Paris 5 March (this with A. Perkins)."
A-01-c-5/294 Venice-- the Floating City. Essay (travel)   carbon, 4 pp.
Pencilled comment PH: "Sent 14 Jan. to The Oldie London". Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/294A Venice-- the Floating City   photocopy of 294, 4 pp.
 
A-01-c-5/295 Venice-- the One and Only   photocopy, 9 pp. + t. p.
Photocopied comment on t. p.: "Sent to F. Ranft for ADAC 6/7/92". Some photocopied and some original corrections. Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/296 What Lisa Knew: The Truths and Lies of the Steinberg Caseby Joyce Johnson. Bloomsbury. Book review   carbon, 6 pp.
Pencilled comment PH on p. 1: "for The Independent on Sunday London sent 4/3/91". A couple of handwritten corrections. Address PH: Tegna.
A-01-c-5/297 Untitled. Testimonial on Eugene Walter. Dated: "8 July 1991"   carbon, 1 p. + 1 p. letter
Address PH: Tegna. Also, a letter from Katherine Clark, U. of New Orleans, dd. 6/26/91, with request for said testimonial.
A-01-c-5/298 Die Welt (Bonn at first). List of upcoming assignments?   Ts., 1 p.
On rear of letter from Dolf Schnebli + Tobias Ammann Architetti FAS + Associati SA, dd. 14.4.1989.
A-01-c-5/299 The Power of the Ring. First draft (?)   24 pp., 1 stub
With handwritten corrections. The note is typewritten with a handwritten remark: "Don't ask logical Questions about the Ring".

A-01-c-6 to 10
Collections of Short Stories
Cote Title / Description Dates Collation Further Info / Remarks
A-01-c-6 The Snail-Watcher and Other Stories[Doubleday Printing Copy]   1969
Tss. photocopies and pasted review clippings, [7], 197 pp.
(no pp. 149-156)
A-01-c-7 The Animal-Lover's Book of Beastly Murder[Heinemann printing copy]   1975
Tss.
With a couple of pencil corrections (not PH handwriting).
A-01-c-8/01 Little Tales of Misogyny   1973
Tss. [2], 72 pp. + pp. 17-20/48-49
"Original Hs." (Diogenes Verlag). 1 full set, near final, without corrections. Also earlier Ts. of pp. 17-20 ("The Middle-Class Housewife") and pp. 48-49 ("The Silent Mother-in-Law").
A-01-c-8/02 Little Tales of Misogyny. Set of stories 1-9 [earliest version]   1973
Tss.
With typed note.
A-01-c-8/03 Little Tales of Misogyny   1973
Tss. (mostly carbon), approx. 30 pp.
Version/copy of 1,3,4,2,5,6,7x2, 9x2 and story 14 "The Gossip" + suppl. "The Gossip", "not ever used or rewritten". Suppl.: notes and letters re: Misogyny.
A-01-c-9 The Black House   1982
Tss. (carbon [7], 209 pp.
Full set of Tss., except "When in Rome", which is a print of 1978 publication with some corrections, not PH handwriting.
A-01-c-10/01 Tales of Natural and Unnatural Catastrophes. Incomplete, several versions + suppl.   1987
Tss. 225 pp. approx. (mostly carbon or photocopy) + notes and letters
Suppl.: letters + lists of corrections, organized by story.
A-01-c-10/02 Tales of Natural and Unnatural Catastrophes. Complete set of the stories, some of them in several versions   1987
Tss. 260 pp. approx. (mostly carbon or photocopy)
 
A-01-c-10/03 Tales of Natural and Unnatural Catastrophes. Incomplete, several versions   1987
Tss. 90 pp. approx. (mostly carbon or photocopy)
Found in Bloomsbury corresp. folder (P 17).

A-01-c-11 to 14
Essays / Incomplete Old Stories, etc.
Date= date of compilation.
Cote Title / Description Dates Collation Further Info / Remarks
A-01-c-11/01 "Revised Essays photocopied by AvP" [for proposed bundle of essays]   1994-09-23
Tss. 130 pp. approx. (mostly carbon or photocopy)
 
Contains:
My first Job
The View from my Window
My Life with Greta Garbo
Green-Wood
Listening to the Talking Dead
Some Christmases – Mine or Anybody’s
The Name of the Train
First Love
The Man Who Wasn’t Maigret – A Portrait of Georges Simenon (Review)
Venice – The One and Only
Tingis, Tanjah, Tangier, Tanger – A Week among the Residents
Simenon: Man and Writer - Separable or Not?
On Cats and Lifestyle
Eine Schändung
FAZ-Fragebogen
Some Remarks on Paul Cezanne
A-01-c-11/02 [for proposed bundle of essays]   1994
Ts. (photocopy) 16 pp., + 2 newspaper clippings + 1 letter
 
Contains:
The Man Who Wasn’t Maigret – A Portrait of Georges Simenon (Review)
Filatures (Review on Simenon)
Il rata une rencontre avec Marie-Jo, qui tomba dans une sorte de coma (Review on Simenon) + letter by Anna von Planta
A-01-c-11/03 [for proposed bundle of essays] The Talented Mr Poe   n.d.
Computer Ts. 11 pp. (2 prints)
 
A-01-c-11/04 [for proposed bundle of essays] A Galahad in L.A. (review on Chandler)   1994 ( ?)
Computer Ts. 10 pp. (2 prints), + note by "Maja"
 
A-01-c-11/05 [for proposed bundle of essays] Diogenes, 1994   1968/1986
9 newspaper cuttings (photocopies)
Attachement: Letter from Diogenes Verlag / Anna von Planta to PH, Zürich, 1994-10-05. Reviewed authors/books: listed up in letter.
A-01-c-12 On Suspense and Writing It(Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction)   1965
Ts. with corrections, 113 pp.
 
A-01-c-13 (Barnard) magazines [author’s copies]   n.d.
6 magazines, 1 program
5 Barnard magazines, 1 Greek Games program [presented by the classes of Barnard College 1942/1943], 1 Home & Food magazine, Aug. 1943, vol 6, No. 21 with story by PH "Uncertain Treasure" on pp. 15, 27, 32 33, 34, with photo by Tietgens and drawings by PH.
A-01-c-14 "Incomplete Old Stories"   n.d.
Ts. 11 pp.; Ts. 23 pp.; Ts. 10 pp.; (2x p.9); Ts. 16 pp.; Ts. 9 pp.; Ts. 19 pp.; Ts. 15 pp.
(Note AvP: "wahrscheinlich, jedenfalls unter diesem Titel, unveröffentlichte Short-Stories"). A Servant of the People; Nothing that Meets the Eye; The Night Mozart Came to Town or A Little Night Music on Second Avenue; The Strange Honeymoons of Albert Potain; One is a Number You Can’t Divide; The Meanest Rat in Venice (including: 2 letters and telegram re: publication); The Last, Unmaidenly Voyage of the SS Tiberio